Samini, a Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall singer, has declared that he does not require the help of anyone in the music industry to become well-known.
He stated that he does not need to cooperate with rapper Sarkodie to stay popular in the music industry after he declined to participate on his single.
The Dancehall singer stated that cooperating with other artists is done to excite musical fans and present them with the best tunes, not to make an artiste relevant, as some people assume.
In an interview with TV3’s DayShow, which GhanaWeb watched, Samini stated that he does not require collaboration with Sarkodie to stay relevant in the music industry.
“You sent me a song called ‘Love Rocks.'” I worked on that passage for 24 hours and sent it to you. Even yet, recognizing the way Batman digested a song compelled him to perform the song’s third verse. So I showed him my enthusiasm. I expected the opposite to be true. I don’t need you, Sarkodie, to make me relevant in this area if I ever need anything from you because it’s honestly for the excitement of the fans,” he stated.
“You don’t need me to make you relevant in your space,” Samini added. Collaboration excites our fans and improves the game. So I made the collaboration with you in less than 24 hours because I didn’t want you to think I was under pressure due of the music you provided. I just want you to know that it’s on. It’s on if you send another one.