Popular Dancehall artiste Samini has claimed that as a young boy, he knew one day he would be great.
Samini has recalled how he used to have the feeling that in future, he was going to become a great personality.
According to the 'My Own' hitmaker, he used to tell his school mates to watch out for him since he will be great one day.
Speaking at an event concerning parents not supporting their wards to go into entertainment, Samini recalled how he held on to his talent.
“Anybody that went to school with me, I told them to take pictures with me because I knew where I was going. I knew I was going to be great,” he said.
The Samini Music CEO recalled the difficulty he faced with his parents concerning taking the path of music and entertainment.
The MOBO award-winning artiste disclosed that his father especially was not in support of his music career.
He noted that his father wanted him to become a lawyer so it was not easy making his father understand at the time that he wanted to pursue music.
Samini applauded himself for becoming a great person as he attributed his success to hard work and perseverance.
The HighGrade Family boss admitted that even though there were challenges while pursuing music, he worked hard to overcome all.
Samini is undoubtedly one of Ghana's prolific musicians ever to grace our stages and thrill fans to his hit music.
Since the early 2000s, Samini has been a force to reckon with in the music industry as he has produced hit songs year after year.
YEN.com.gh published a story recently about Samini after he was seen jamming to 'Gringo' by Shatta Wale.
In a video that circulated on social media, Samini, while driving around town played Shatta Wale's hit song Gringo.
The video came as a surprise to many since Samini and Shatta Wale are known to be at loggerheads.
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