The Chat: I’m the one who rebranded Nacee – Franky 5

I’m the one who rebranded Nacee – Franky 5

The Acting Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Creative Arts Agency, Frank Kwabena Owusu, popularly known as Franky 5, has confidently declared that he played a crucial role in the rebranding of the renowned gospel icon Nacee.

During a discussion on The Chat, an entertainment talk show hosted by Ekow Koomson on Channel One TV, Franky 5 unveiled his involvement in reshaping the image of the gospel legend while deliberating on “Opportunities in the Creative Space”.

He disclosed, “I was previously in the banking sector but decided to transition into the creative space due to the demanding nature of banking. After 13 years in the banking industry, I made a bold decision to leave. Despite having recorded my songs, I didn’t have the time to listen to my album.”

“Thanks to Nacee, who recognized my business acumen during a conversation at his studio and advised me to leave banking to work with him. When I left banking, the first group I restructured was No Tribe, which consisted of Nacee and Lord Bondzie,” Franky 5 added.

Franky 5 highlighted that upon assuming the role of Nacee’s manager, they collectively decided to modify the spelling of his name for a fresh branding approach. “Initially, his name was spelled as ‘Nacy’, but we both agreed to alter it to ‘Nacee’ for a revitalized brand,” he stated.

Utilizing his banking expertise in the creative industry, Franky 5 was appointed to deputize Mark Okraku Mantey at the Creative Arts Council, now known as the Creative Arts Agency.

This strategic move ushered in a new phase in the revered Gospel musician’s career, complemented by extensive public relations endeavors to showcase his diverse talents to a broader audience.