The talented Ghanaian musician, Sista Afia who is currently promoting her latest song “paper” with Victor AD has shown appreciation to the rap King, Sarkodie, for their collaboration “broken heart”.
According to her, the streams of her Queen Solomon Album has been exponential since the “broken heart” song on Sarkodie’s black love album was released. She also added that the song has added some extra value to her brand, emphasizing that Ghanaians are now focusing more on her voice and talent instead of the other gimmicks like her butt cheeks.
She also added that, after gaining the necessary growth, experience, and attention in the Ghanaian music industry, her style of dressing has also evolved. According to her, those revealing clothes were just to get the attention of Ghanaians and to get them talking. But does not see indecency important in the current stage of her career.
Sista Afia also touched on ‘beef’ in the music industry and how it affects the industry. She expressed that “beef” is childish.” To her, unity and creativity are the ingredients needed to push the music industry instead of division which slows the growth of the industry. She then spoke on some misunderstandings she’s had with some artists like Queen Hazel and Efia Odo.