Hammer announced this in a farewell message on Facebook Tuesday afternoon, soon after releasing his latest single Effortless, which also features Teephlow.
Teephlow got recruited to The Last Two Music Group after placing second in hiphop reality show The Next Big Thing in 2012, and has been with the label till now.
In that time, he has released signigicant rap anthems and secured collaboration with such heavyweights as Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese, Edem, and veteran Obrafour.
Hammer posted this on facebook to announce their seperation:
“And with this Im glad to announce tht TeePhlow GH has graduated from The Last Two music and is moving on to greater heights… the world needs to watch out.. the beast is unleashed. I must say I enjoyed every second grooming this genius of a wordsmith. Help me wish him farewell”
Born Edward Nana Poku Osei, Da Hammer is CEO of The Last Two Music Group, which is responsible for nurturing the music careers of such significant Ghanaian rappers as Obrafour, Kwaw Kesse, Edem, and Sarkodie.