In an interview with L’officiel, a French fashion magazine, the 28-year-old award-winning singer stated that the song gained attention when a random person played the track at a rally to interrupt a government official that was addressing the protesters.
“It’s crazy because we didn’t record that record. #EndSARS hadn’t even started yet. We dropped that record two weeks before,” he said.
“The record’s already gone, it was huge already. Then there was a little rally where this government official was speaking to the people and then somebody played the song.
“They played the song, everybody’s singing. He’s trying to talk, but everybody is singing the song instead. Then somebody got the video and it just went crazy. From there, it became the anthem of the whole– I almost got in trouble. I was like, ‘Yo, I did record that song, but’ It was nice to see them use a song of mine to be instrumental in how they felt.”
In other news, Tiwa Savage, the Nigerian female singer, and songwriter has said that she collaborated with Sarkodie and has a relationship with two Ghanaian musicians.
The Nigerian afrobeat singer revealed that she likes working with Ghanaian artists; she previously collaborated with Sarkodie and is currently working on a project with Stonebwoy and Ghanaian female singer Mzvee.
Tiwa Savage told YFM in Accra that Ghana is like a second home to her and that she visits frequently. Ghana is like my second home, she remarked in an interview, and she visits it frequently. I’ve worked with
Sarkodie before, and now I’m working on something with Stonebwoy and Mzvee that will be out soon.”
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