- Rising Ghanaian musician, Sister Afia, has revealed that she is scared of asking Sarkodie for a feature
- She however added that she will one day gather courage and place the request before him
Rising Ghanaian musician, Francesca Duncan Williams, better known as Sister Afia, has revealed that she is scared of hiphop musician, Sarkodie.
According to a report by Nydjlive.com, she stated that for that reason, she is unable to approach him for a feature on a song.
Sister Afia went on to say that inasmuch as she wished for his input in her music, she will bid her time, gather courage and discuss it with him.
With a number of hit tracks to her credit in her young music life and having worked with top producers and musicians alike, she stated that Sarkodie has been in the industry for a long time.
“Sarkodie has been in this industry for so long a time and built a very respectable and solid brand that makes it hard to touch him.
Although I know he’s been very receptive to a number of young talents and has a very good heart especially for the female musicians, my fear is whether he would want to associate with the young brand, I’ve built or accept a feature from me”, she said.
Breaking into the music industry with Kro Kro No in 2015, Sista Afia has since released a couple of hit songs including Jeje which featured Shatta Wale, Yi W’ani, Are You Ready?, Kofi, Pass U featuring Medikal and a recent new single Slay Queen which is enjoying airplay on various platforms across the country.
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