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Glo leaves Elvo empty-handed


by Chris-Paul
Metro

 

latest word on the street is that Elvo’s co-producer, Glo, credited for having played a key role in hit songs produced at Lash Attraction studio, has apparently left with the studio’s equipment.
Elvo has already lost some studio equipment to his divorced wife, Luvy, which the couple accumulated during their time together. Glo is said to have left Lash Attraction with the remaining equipment; the reason is, however, unknown. It could be about money but I can only speculate at this point.
I understand that Elvo is very upset about the situation and the two guys, known to be the nicest of guys in the industry, are locked in discussions as we speak. Glo and Elvo have developed a close relationship at work and away from it. Their duties complement each other well, as they bounce ideas off each other. They were so close they could finish off each other’s sentences. I just hope the boys reach a robust resolution sooner - the industry can’t afford to lose them the combo.