Speaking in an interview with Graphic Showbiz, he stated that he is grateful for the massive love he had had from people in the electronic and social media space who promoted the song.
“While TV and radio were busily pushing the song, TikTok Ghana was also promoting it. In all, I am grateful to Ghanaians for pushing the song.”
He thanked his colleagues King Promise and Mayorkun for making the remixed version of “Sugarcane” after it hit number one on several digital streaming platforms.
“Massive shout out to King Promise, Darkoo and Mayorkun from Nigeria who made the song number one in Nigeria when he featured on the remix. Mayorkun promoted the song for me and that tells how powerful collaborations can be,” he said.
On whether he can build on this success to sustain his relevance, he had this to say;
“If you don’t have people investing and pushing your music out there, how can you be consistent. You will just have the best songs and it just stays with you. How can you be consistent when you play shows and you are not paid? You need money to record new songs, pay for music videos and get your name out there.
“I am glad I have a team who sees to it that my music career reaches the topmost height. With such a solid team behind you, you rest assured that you will go places,” he said.