Popular Ghanaian song writer and musician, Akwaboah has disclosed that respected highlife musician refused to feature on Sarkodie’s ‘Mary’ album.
According to the musician, Kwabena Kwabena was billed to be on Sarkodi’s much-talked about album but he did not avail himself for the recording session.
Akwaboah who wrote about 90% of songs on Sarkodie’s ‘Mary’ album, released in 2015 revealed on Citi TV that although he wrote the songs with Kwabena Kwabena in mind he failed to be part of the project.
Akwaboah in his interaction stated that he had to sing himself since Kwabena was not ready and all efforts to get convince him proved futile.
“Actually, I wanted Kwabena Kwabena to do this song. I wrote this song for him. I called him several times but he did not mind me,” he said.
Akwaboah in his conversation explained that he wanted variety on the ‘Mary’ album so he brought on board different artiste to perform the songs he wrote for Sarkodie.
The SarkCess music artiste noted that the likes of Pat Thomas, Efya, Obrafuor, Mugeez, Chase and others were all featured on Sarkodie’s ‘Mary’ album.
Sarkodi’s ‘Mary album has songs like ‘Wanna Be Loved’ ft. Efya, ‘Giant Steps’ ft. Chase, ‘Mewu’ ft. Akwaboah, ‘Always On My Mind’ ft. Obrafour, ‘Bra’ ft. Pat Thomas and ‘All Is You’ ft. Mugeez.
Others are ‘End Up Falling’ ft. Akwaboah, ‘Edwam Tesen,’ ‘Mary’ and ‘Sarkcess Story’ ft Efya.
Akwaboah who is currently promoting his new album dubbed, ‘Matters of the Heart’ is a songwriter of great repute.
He has written songs for Efya, Kofi Sarpong, Becca, among others.
He has also won Songwriter of the Year award at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
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