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Don’t be local champions — Camidoh advises artistes

It is a good feeling for musicians to have huge support from their home country but Afrobeats artiste, Camidoh, says that is not enough for an artiste who wants to make it globally.

To Camidoh, Ghanaian musicians should not be content with just their fans in the country but also move from their comfort zone to win more fans outside by touring other countries.

In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, Camidoh said “it is just right that a musician tours different countries, make themselves popular there and win more fans. That is the only way we can be heard beyond Ghana and become global artistes and I am working towards that.”

“I want to be a global icon and as we talk now, I am currently preparing to go to Nigeria and other African counties to make myself and my music popular. We will only be known in Ghana if we don’t make it a deliberate attempt to move out of our comfort zone and make ourselves popular.”

Camidoh noted that he also understands that many don’t have the support, especially on the financial front to help push their crafts beyond Ghana.

He stated that a corporate entity, for example, could team up with some artistes and support them with whatever is needed to go global.

Asked if it was difficult to be consistent as a musician, the Sugarcane hitmaker answered affirmatively and added that it is especially tough for a young musician in the industry.

“If you don’t have people investing and pushing your music out there, how can you be consistent? You will just have the best songs and it just stays with you. How can you be consistent when you play shows and you are not paid?”

“You need money to record new songs, pay for music videos and get your name out there. I am glad I have a team who sees to it that my music career reaches the topmost height. With such a solid team behind you, you are rest assured that you will go places,” he said.

Talking about how Sugarcane became a massive hit, Camidoh said the media helped in pushing the song everywhere.

“While TV and radio were busily pushing the song, TikTok Ghana was also promoting it. In all, I am grateful to Ghanaians for pushing the song. 

“Massive shout out to King Promise, Darkoo and Mayorkun from Nigeria who made the song number one in Nigeria when he featured on the remix. Mayorkun promoted the song for me and that tells how powerful collaborations can be,” he said. 

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There’s no pressure on me to release hit songs — Black Sherif

Rapper Black Sherif has stated the expectations of fans will not pressurise him into releasing hit songs after hit songs, despite the overwhelming success of his recent chart-topping Kwaku the Traveller.

A little over a month since releasing Kwaku The Traveller, it has over 9M views on Youtube and topped a lot of charts as well as garnered over 75 million streams.

In addition to performing at the 3Music Awards and Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), Black Sherif has also been booked for a lot of shows in the coming months.

He is expected to share a stage with Chris Brown, Meghan Thee Stallion, Burna Boy, Davido and  Wizkid on July 3 at The Afro Nation Concert.

With all these achievements, some musicians will feel pressured to stay relevant but speaking in an interview with Graphic Showbiz recently, Black Sherif said there is no pressure on him.

“There is zero pressure on me. I enjoy exploring my reality through the stories I preach through music while studying the game to perfect my craft. When you love what you do, you do it with ease. I release songs whenever I want and it is always fire when I drop a song,” he said.

Some musicians are not able to stay relevant after a year or two but Black Sherif said he intends to stay for a long time.

“Black Sherif is a brand for all. My fans are the foundation for this brand and the onus is on me to work hard to put out great music to entertain everyone who loves my music. As earlier mentioned, this is just the beginning. We will bear witness to a beautiful musical journey.”

“Music is what gives me joy and I will never lose sight of my first love. I give my all to the music and I believe that is the reflection in the feedback I get from the fans and music lovers across the globe.”

According to him, his first priority as an artiste is to make music and that is exactly what he is solely focused on now.

Talking about all the controversies and criticism surrounding him, Black Sherif said that he has left his lawyers to deal with the legal issues.

“In the industry where I find myself, criticisms are a huge part of the culture and I believe the constructive ones help shape the industry. I have learnt to accommodate varying opinions and choose the ones that are in line with my growth” he added.

Black Sherif rose to prominence and generated a national conversation with his sermons — First Sermon and Second Sermon respectively — attracting the attention of Nigerian superstar, Burna Boy.

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I was hoping to win Highlife Artiste, Collaboration of the Year at 2022 VGMA – Kuami Eugene

Musician, Kuami Eugene, has revealed he was expecting to win the Highlife Artiste of the Year and Collaboration of the Year awards at the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, on Monday, the ‘Show Body’ hitmaker said that for Collaboration of the Year, he had been featured on so many songs which were hits in the year under review.

Kuami Eugene told the host, Sammy Forson, that he was expecting at least one of the songs to win the Collaboration of the Year.

“It wasn’t even my songs. These were songs that I was featured on. Look at the songs that I was featured on, from Yeeko to Biibi Besi to Abodie, and none of those songs had an award. But then again it’s VGMA and we have limited power when it comes to VGMA.” 

For the Highlife Artiste of the Year category, the Lynx Entertainment signee explained that in the year under review he had embarked on a journey of championing Highlife.

Among other things, he released his EP Afro Highlife and also celebrated some Highlife legends including AB Crentsil.

“I have been championing Highlife for some time now, but whoever took it also deserves it because they have also been working as well,” Kuami Eugene said.

At the 2022 VGMA, D-Black’s ‘Enjoyment Minister’ featuring Stonebwoy and Quamina MP won the Collaboration of the Year Awards.

Some four songs Kuami Eugene was featured on were selected in that category as well.

They include, ‘Abodie’ by Captain Planet, ‘Yeeko’ by Okyeame Kwame, Sika Aba Fie Remix by Kwaku Darlington and Biibi Besi by Kwami Yogot.

Also, Akwaboah won the Highlife Artiste of the Year award beating competition from Cina Soul, Kuami Eugene, Fameye, Kofi Kinaata and Bisa Kdei.

Meanwhile, despite not taking home an award on May 7, when the event was held, Kuami Eugene says he was not disappointed.

“I have never been disappointed. It’s like somebody saying ‘I want to loan you money’ and they wake up and say ‘I don’t think I can loan you my money anymore.’ Somebody’s award, if he says I will give it to someone else, I can’t fault that person,” the musician explained.

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I shouldn’t have abandoned VIP – Friction

The founder and former leader of the popular music group, VIP, Musah Haruna popularly known as Friction, says he regrets leaving the group.

In an interview on Adom FM‘s Entertainment Hall, Friction said he had to leave the group because the music business in Ghana was not as lucrative as he thought it would be.

Being a business-minded person, he left Ghana to pursue greener pastures and education in Holland. Friction now owns a music band in Holland.

The VIP group was formed after Friction proposed the idea to four people (Promzy, Lazzy, Prodigal, and Bone) and before they knew it, the five of them were performing at ghetto parties, clubs, street festivals etc.

Friction’s dog, Chicago, was also an official member of the group, and could be heard growling at the end of their tracks from the late 1990s, until it eventually died.

Music group VIP, meaning Vision In Progress released their first album, Bibi Baa O, in 1998, and were famous within Ghana and beyond.

They won many awards, staged many concerts and were billed to perform at almost all the top shows.

Recalling the good old days, Friction said if given a second chance, he would not abandon the group which is now made up of Zeal (formerly Lazzy), Prodigal and Reggie Rockstone.

Meanwhile, after a long hiatus, Friction is currently promoting visuals for his new song dubbed Zongo Na Fito.

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KiDi and Kuami Eugene’s lookalikes seen performing together

The lookalikes of musicians KiDi and Kuami Eugene seem to be getting more attention for their striking resemblance to the two artistes.

From dressing like them to acting like them, these two young men have been seen dancing or imitating the singers on numerous occasions.

But in a new video shared online, the two men were seen performing KiDi and Kuami Eugene’s songs at a private event.

KiDi’s lookalike was seen in blue pants, a white shirt which had been tucked in, and an orange beanie. Kuami Eugene’s lookalike was dressed like him to the nines with his afro hair held by a bandana.

The two were seen performing KiDi’s hit song ‘Spiritual’ which featured his label mate and Nigerian singer Patoranking.

Meanwhile, some social media users seem excited by the video.

Others were however concerned, stating that the two men were taking advantage of KiDi and Kuami Eugene.

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I’m not disappointed – Kuami Eugene on losing out at VGMA23

Popular Ghanaian highlife singer and songwriter, Eugene Marfo, popularly known as Kuami Eugene says he is not perturbed about not winning any awards at the recently-held VGMAs.

Speaking to Sammy Forson on Daybreak Hitz, the “Show Body” singer likened the awards to someone granting a loan to an individual in which the person could decide to do it or not, thus, he has no problem if no award went his way.

“Not at all. I have never been disappointed in not winning an award. But it is a plaque at the end of the day and it is like someone borrowing your money and the person wakes up one morning and he is like I don’t think I can loan out the money to you again. It is somebody’s award so if he says I will give it to someone else, I can’t force that person,” he said.

The Lynx Entertainment signee accrued four nominations to his name and won none at the event.

Although he had no worries about not winning, he made it known that he had his eyes set on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year’ category, and the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year.’

According to him, on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year,’ even if he missed out on an award for his project, a project he featured should have won an award.

With regards to the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year,’ he said he championed Highlife very well under the year in review and as a result, he should have been credited for that.

“Collaboration of the Year because even if it wasn’t my song it should be songs that I was featured on. I mean from Yeeko to Biibi Besi and Abodie and none of them had an award. But then it is VGMA. We have limited power when it comes to VGMA. All we can do is to do the music and give it to them.

“Yeah, Highlife Artiste of the Year, I had my Highlife Concert which was packed and I celebrated AB Crenstil. I mean I have been championing Highlife for some time now. But then again, whoever took it deserves it because he has been working as well,” he noted.

Kuami Eugene was on the show to promote his new single titled “Take Away,” which was released last week Friday.

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I’m not disappointed – Kuami Eugene on losing out at VGMA23

Popular Ghanaian highlife singer and songwriter, Eugene Marfo, popularly known as Kuami Eugene says he is not perturbed about not winning any awards at the recently-held VGMAs.

Speaking to Sammy Forson on Daybreak Hitz, the “Show Body” singer likened the awards to someone granting a loan to an individual in which the person could decide to do it or not, thus, he has no problem if no award went his way.

“Not at all. I have never been disappointed in not winning an award. But it is a plaque at the end of the day and it is like someone borrowing your money and the person wakes up one morning and he is like I don’t think I can loan out the money to you again. It is somebody’s award so if he says I will give it to someone else, I can’t force that person,” he said.

The Lynx Entertainment signee accrued four nominations to his name and won none at the event.

Although he had no worries about not winning, he made it known that he had his eyes set on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year’ category, and the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year.’

According to him, on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year,’ even if he missed out on an award for his project, a project he featured should have won an award.

With regards to the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year,’ he said he championed Highlife very well under the year in review and as a result, he should have been credited for that.

“Collaboration of the Year because even if it wasn’t my song it should be songs that I was featured on. I mean from Yeeko to Biibi Besi and Abodie and none of them had an award. But then it is VGMA. We have limited power when it comes to VGMA. All we can do is to do the music and give it to them.

“Yeah, Highlife Artiste of the Year, I had my Highlife Concert which was packed and I celebrated AB Crenstil. I mean I have been championing Highlife for some time now. But then again, whoever took it deserves it because he has been working as well,” he noted.

Kuami Eugene was on the show to promote his new single titled “Take Away,” which was released last week Friday.

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I’m not disappointed – Kuami Eugene on losing out at VGMA23

Popular Ghanaian highlife singer and songwriter, Eugene Marfo, popularly known as Kuami Eugene says he is not perturbed about not winning any awards at the recently-held VGMAs.

Speaking to Sammy Forson on Daybreak Hitz, the “Show Body” singer likened the awards to someone granting a loan to an individual in which the person could decide to do it or not, thus, he has no problem if no award went his way.

“Not at all. I have never been disappointed in not winning an award. But it is a plaque at the end of the day and it is like someone borrowing your money and the person wakes up one morning and he is like I don’t think I can loan out the money to you again. It is somebody’s award so if he says I will give it to someone else, I can’t force that person,” he said.

The Lynx Entertainment signee accrued four nominations to his name and won none at the event.

Although he had no worries about not winning, he made it known that he had his eyes set on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year’ category, and the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year.’

According to him, on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year,’ even if he missed out on an award for his project, a project he featured should have won an award.

With regards to the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year,’ he said he championed Highlife very well under the year in review and as a result, he should have been credited for that.

“Collaboration of the Year because even if it wasn’t my song it should be songs that I was featured on. I mean from Yeeko to Biibi Besi and Abodie and none of them had an award. But then it is VGMA. We have limited power when it comes to VGMA. All we can do is to do the music and give it to them.

“Yeah, Highlife Artiste of the Year, I had my Highlife Concert which was packed and I celebrated AB Crenstil. I mean I have been championing Highlife for some time now. But then again, whoever took it deserves it because he has been working as well,” he noted.

Kuami Eugene was on the show to promote his new single titled “Take Away,” which was released last week Friday.

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I’m not disappointed – Kuami Eugene on losing out at VGMA23

Popular Ghanaian highlife singer and songwriter, Eugene Marfo, popularly known as Kuami Eugene says he is not perturbed about not winning any awards at the recently-held VGMAs.

Speaking to Sammy Forson on Daybreak Hitz, the “Show Body” singer likened the awards to someone granting a loan to an individual in which the person could decide to do it or not, thus, he has no problem if no award went his way.

“Not at all. I have never been disappointed in not winning an award. But it is a plaque at the end of the day and it is like someone borrowing your money and the person wakes up one morning and he is like I don’t think I can loan out the money to you again. It is somebody’s award so if he says I will give it to someone else, I can’t force that person,” he said.

The Lynx Entertainment signee accrued four nominations to his name and won none at the event.

Although he had no worries about not winning, he made it known that he had his eyes set on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year’ category, and the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year.’

According to him, on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year,’ even if he missed out on an award for his project, a project he featured should have won an award.

With regards to the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year,’ he said he championed Highlife very well under the year in review and as a result, he should have been credited for that.

“Collaboration of the Year because even if it wasn’t my song it should be songs that I was featured on. I mean from Yeeko to Biibi Besi and Abodie and none of them had an award. But then it is VGMA. We have limited power when it comes to VGMA. All we can do is to do the music and give it to them.

“Yeah, Highlife Artiste of the Year, I had my Highlife Concert which was packed and I celebrated AB Crenstil. I mean I have been championing Highlife for some time now. But then again, whoever took it deserves it because he has been working as well,” he noted.

Kuami Eugene was on the show to promote his new single titled “Take Away,” which was released last week Friday.

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I’m not disappointed – Kuami Eugene on losing out at VGMA23

Popular Ghanaian highlife singer and songwriter, Eugene Marfo, popularly known as Kuami Eugene says he is not perturbed about not winning any awards at the recently-held VGMAs.

Speaking to Sammy Forson on Daybreak Hitz, the “Show Body” singer likened the awards to someone granting a loan to an individual in which the person could decide to do it or not, thus, he has no problem if no award went his way.

“Not at all. I have never been disappointed in not winning an award. But it is a plaque at the end of the day and it is like someone borrowing your money and the person wakes up one morning and he is like I don’t think I can loan out the money to you again. It is somebody’s award so if he says I will give it to someone else, I can’t force that person,” he said.

The Lynx Entertainment signee accrued four nominations to his name and won none at the event.

Although he had no worries about not winning, he made it known that he had his eyes set on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year’ category, and the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year.’

According to him, on the ‘Best Collaboration of the Year,’ even if he missed out on an award for his project, a project he featured should have won an award.

With regards to the ‘Highlife Artiste of the Year,’ he said he championed Highlife very well under the year in review and as a result, he should have been credited for that.

“Collaboration of the Year because even if it wasn’t my song it should be songs that I was featured on. I mean from Yeeko to Biibi Besi and Abodie and none of them had an award. But then it is VGMA. We have limited power when it comes to VGMA. All we can do is to do the music and give it to them.

“Yeah, Highlife Artiste of the Year, I had my Highlife Concert which was packed and I celebrated AB Crenstil. I mean I have been championing Highlife for some time now. But then again, whoever took it deserves it because he has been working as well,” he noted.

Kuami Eugene was on the show to promote his new single titled “Take Away,” which was released last week Friday.

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Kuami Eugene explains his choice of outfit at 2022 VGMA

Musician Kuami Eugene has revealed that the quest to draw attention to his upcoming EP influenced the decision to wear the ‘Rags to Riches’ suit at the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, on Monday, Kuami Eugene said that the outfit depicts his journey as a young boy in Fadama slums to the famous artiste he is now.

He told the host, Sammy Forson, that “the ambience for my EP actually inspired it. I needed to draw attention on my EP.  I needed to send a message out there that I have been through the rag side and I have now become who I am today. Even though I don’t have plenty like that, I appreciate the little I have.”

The singer added that to ensure his message got through, he had a stylist design the suit.

On the red carpet of the VGMAs, one side of his head was braided and the other combed out. His outfit also had two sides to it, one with a luxury suit and the other with a normal suit.

Kuami Eugene said that his next EP is expected to open up on the journey he has been on as an artiste.

“Riches is not all about money, it is about happiness. Wherever you find yourself, your little space being very happy there and you think you’re comfortable, I think being rich is being comfortable,” he added.

The musician has released his first single Take Away in anticipation of his Rags to Riches EP.

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A Plus and Feli Nuna trade insults over boyfriend’s role in her career

Two socialites have engaged in a heated argument over the role of a partner in a musician’s career.

Musicians A-Plus and Feli Nuna were among a panel discussing issues regarding the showbiz industry.

During the deliberation, the Off Da Ground signee was quizzed on whether her boyfriend invests in her career to which she responded in the negative.

A Plus, particularly, was among those who did not support Feli’s revelation about her significant other.

“Your boyfriend is rich but does not work in showbiz. So you’re going to look for someone to invest while your boyfriend hides his?” he quizzed on Saturday.

But Feli Nuna responded on Accra-based UTV saying; “Does what you’re saying make sense?”

She insisted that their relationship was strictly personal and had nothing to do with her showbiz interests for which reason he needs not invest in her craft.

However, the answer did not seem to go down well with the controversial socialite.

A Plus and Feli Nuna trade insults over boyfriend's role in her career
Musician Feli Nuna

“You have a rich boyfriend who is not willing to invest in your music. You went to someone else for money and the person suggested that he likes you and you get angry. Let me tell you what doesn’t make sense, it is that boyfriend you’re moving with. He is very f*#king boy,” he said.

This sent the whole panel into another frenzy and prompted the host to call for cool heads to prevail.

In response, Feli Nuna, who is currently promoting his new single ‘Towel’, indicated that she will refrain from hurling insults at A Plus’ wife because of the respect she has for him.

“I like your wife and I won’t stoop to your level to insult your partner,” she told him.

She added that her boyfriend even sponsored the shooting of one of her music videos at some point in her career.

“He is a proud poet and research scientist. He is bright and more intelligent than you. He supports me as a woman and a girlfriend but my job as a musician has nothing to do with him,” she added.

The others were artiste manager, Bulldog, pundit Mr Logic and Samuel Atuobi Baah.

For this reason, Feli Nuna been trending on Twitter.

Meanwhile, the head of her record label, Fuse ODG has reacted to the development.

According to him, the panel “has displayed how dangerous the creative industry space is for women in Ghana.”

“A man should have the right to want to have sex with the woman if the woman needs their investment? Proud of Feli for standing up & #IStandWithFeli” he tweeted on Sunday.

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‘Companies wanted to pay me less because I am an Ewe-speaking artist’ – Edem

Rapper and singer Denning Edem Hotor, known in showbiz circles as Edem, has disclosed that some companies wanted to pay him less because he is an Ewe-speaking musician.

Hailing from the Volta Region, the Nyornuviade rapper bemoaned that his region and its people are “undervalued” when it comes to closing deals.

Speaking on Daybreak Hitz, he said: “No radio person knows that, I have walked to meetings where companies want to pay me less because I am an Ewe-speaking artist.”

This comes after the rapper urged the media to pay more attention to him and what he has to offer, irrespective of his tribe and the local dialect in which he raps and sings in.

Although it may seem Edem is complaining about “lack of attention,” according to him, he just wants the media to be “fair” in working with talents from the Volta Region and other “maligned” regions in Ghana.

Speaking of being “maligned”, the VRMG artiste recalled a time when he [Edem], and Dagbon-hailing artiste, Sherifa Gunu were paid less for being the then-faces of the Glo Network, as compared to artists from the Greater Accra Region.

“And I can tell you right now, that when I closed my deal with Glo, Sherifa Gunu and I were the least paid artistes as compared to Tinny and Asem,” Edem told Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.

Furthermore, the Ma Cherie rapper went on to observe that organizers of music reality shows do not cast their nets in the Volta Region during auditions.

“It has never crossed anybody’s mind that when they are doing Stars of the Future, they never do auditions in the Volta Region,” Edem noted. “And it has never crossed your mind that I have even spoken on TV3 Mentor as to why they do not go and scout for talents from the region,” he continued.

For this reason, he believes the media “marginalize” budding talents from the region even before they go through the hurdles to becoming mainstream musicians.

On the heels of that, Edem went on to admonish the public to cross-check with facts, rather than concluding with “perception”.

His sentiments, according to him, are because he is “speaking from experience”.

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Our industry will not survive for long if there is no system to discover and maintain new talents – Isaac Quarcoo

Ghana has for a very long time been one of the toughest countries in the forefront of entertainment in Africa.

It’s not a hidden fact that most of the Afro beat we so much hail in the world today, have deep roots within our highlife genre which stands out as one of the oldest music genre’s on the continent.

Discussions over the last 2 years around discovery of new artists and maintaining them to keep the country’s entertainment in shape has intensified.

Ghanaian song writer, Isaac Quarcoo has lent his voice to the ongoing discussions.

According to the song writer and CEO of Techpreneurs Union of Ghana, “Gone are the days when we were the icing on the cake, when our artists tour the globe and other African countries with songs in our local dialect. The last batch of these world rockers were Obrafour’s, the Tiny’s and the Samini’s.

“Now, don’t get me wrong, Sarkodie , Stonebwoy, Kofi Kinaata , Shattawale and the other big shots currently are also very old in the industry and are doing marvelous. My problem is which batch again takes over from this group and how safe are the keys that are being handed over.”

“Remember, this our lack of future-thought took the entertainment wave to Nigeria. Many of our top guys became very selfish and wanted to be alone at the top but are nowhere to be found unfortunately today and very few people remember their contributions to the industry. I am not too old but I have learnt a great lesson that, the more teach, the more you know therefore how prepared are the mindsets of our musicians to face a fast expanding Nigerian and African music industry?”

He concluded that, “I know people like Richie Mensah have returned to use their experience to build the industry and must be commended for that effort, his record label is really doing well but there must be a plan, some crazy master plan to takeover strategically.

“And when it gets there we have to really apply wisdom because other countries are watching our every move. It’s also very keen that every industry player is brought on this agenda, if that can be achieved, I believe it will only be a matter of time.”

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Twitter users debate content of Black Sherif’s ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ video

Black Sherif and video director, David Nicole Sey, have got music lovers scratching their head in a bid to understand the Kwaku The Traveller video.

The video has the rapper going through different scenarios social media fans have dubbed, his journey.

The Kwaku The Traveller clip begins with Black Sherif addressing a conference and he’s then seen kneeling in front of some older women in red who seemingly prayed for him.

The rapper later dines with some women in the company of bodyguards and his dog. In other scenes, Black Sherif and his friends are chased by the Police and were later arrested.

Some people on Twitter since the video’s release on Thursday, have been debating the concept portrayed in the film.

Others are arguing whether or not the video’s concept relates to the message in the songs.

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I wrote most of Sister Afia’s songs but got no credit – Ayis3m

Rapper and singer, Ayis3m, has gone after musician, Sister Afia, for not crediting him with all the songs he wrote for her.

According to him, he wrote some of the songs out of his friendship with Sister Afia and did not want to talk about it, but he feels disheartened when she credits herself as the writer.

I wrote most of Sister Afia’s songs but got no credit - Ayis3m

“… I have been writing songs for Sister Afia, about five songs. I wrote Slay, Corner Corner with Kelvyn Boy, I wrote Paper with the Nigerian Artiste, I wrote Asuoden with Kuami Eugene, but not even a single call from her since”, he revealed.

Speaking with KMJ on the Showbiz Now on Thursday, he disclosed that he did not want to speak about the whole issue because of his good relationship with Sister Afia.

He recounted how he had issues with the other female artistes for writing a diss song Sister Afia used against them.

“I decided not to talk about this whole thing because I feel like she is a sister. I really like Sister Afia because of her voice, she is very powerful when it comes to singing”, he told KMJ.

The ‘Koti’ hinted at his intentions of helping her further but later changed his mind after realising the ‘Paper’ singer does not recognise and appreciate all the efforts he puts into her career.

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Twitter users debate content of Black Sherif’s ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ video

Black Sherif and video director, David Nicole Sey, have got music lovers scratching their head in a bid to understand the Kwaku The Traveller video.

The video has the rapper going through different scenarios social media fans have dubbed, his journey.

The Kwaku The Traveller clip begins with Black Sherif addressing a conference and he’s then seen kneeling in front of some older women in red who seemingly prayed for him.

The rapper later dines with some women in the company of bodyguards and his dog. In other scenes, Black Sherif and his friends are chased by the Police and were later arrested.

Some people on Twitter since the video’s release on Thursday, have been debating the concept portrayed in the film.

Others are arguing whether or not the video’s concept relates to the message in the songs.

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I wrote most of Sister Afia’s songs but got no credit – Ayis3m

Rapper and singer, Ayis3m, has gone after musician, Sister Afia, for not crediting him with all the songs he wrote for her.

According to him, he wrote some of the songs out of his friendship with Sister Afia and did not want to talk about it, but he feels disheartened when she credits herself as the writer.

I wrote most of Sister Afia’s songs but got no credit - Ayis3m

“… I have been writing songs for Sister Afia, about five songs. I wrote Slay, Corner Corner with Kelvyn Boy, I wrote Paper with the Nigerian Artiste, I wrote Asuoden with Kuami Eugene, but not even a single call from her since”, he revealed.

Speaking with KMJ on the Showbiz Now on Thursday, he disclosed that he did not want to speak about the whole issue because of his good relationship with Sister Afia.

He recounted how he had issues with the other female artistes for writing a diss song Sister Afia used against them.

“I decided not to talk about this whole thing because I feel like she is a sister. I really like Sister Afia because of her voice, she is very powerful when it comes to singing”, he told KMJ.

The ‘Koti’ hinted at his intentions of helping her further but later changed his mind after realising the ‘Paper’ singer does not recognise and appreciate all the efforts he puts into her career.

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Twitter users debate content of Black Sherif’s ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ video

Black Sherif and video director, David Nicole Sey, have got music lovers scratching their head in a bid to understand the Kwaku The Traveller video.

The video has the rapper going through different scenarios social media fans have dubbed, his journey.

The Kwaku The Traveller clip begins with Black Sherif addressing a conference and he’s then seen kneeling in front of some older women in red who seemingly prayed for him.

The rapper later dines with some women in the company of bodyguards and his dog. In other scenes, Black Sherif and his friends are chased by the Police and were later arrested.

Some people on Twitter since the video’s release on Thursday, have been debating the concept portrayed in the film.

Others are arguing whether or not the video’s concept relates to the message in the songs.

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