Ghana | Joy News TV
Having been away for three months in North America and Canada, Ghanaian dancehall artiste and CEO (Crucial Entertainment Outlaw) of music, Samini , says his fans should watch out for bigger things to come from him.
When JoyNews on MultiTV’s entertainment programme, THE WHITE CARPET played host to him on its celebrity hangout segment, Samini said whilst in the United States he performed at four different concerts but looked forward to coming back home to give his fans enough reason to continue loving him.
Samini said his major stage appearance since his return is the Kwabena Kwabena Save a Life Concert.
On the issue of speculations of a feud between Nigeria’s Wizkid and Ghanaian hiplife group R2Bees Samini said there is no grudge and that Mugeez of R2Bees will find it funny to hear that people think they are not on good terms.
He explained the song in question, ‘TIME BOMB’ which features Wizkid was originally supposed to also feature Mugeez of R2Bees. But Mugeez thought it brilliant to step back and allow just him and Wizkid to be on it. Samini blamed promoters for his inability to perform together with Wizkid on ‘TIME BOMB’ during the recent Ghana meets Nija concert.
“A lot of things made it difficult for the performance to go down. The promoters should have co-ordinated to see how they wanted the performances to go. It was minutes to the show when they told Wizkid to perform ‘Time Bomb’ with me before he leaves the stage and I guess he also had his plan of performance he wanted to do. That was the excuse they gave so it was difficult blending”.
Contrary to reports that his song PINK SHEET was directed at his fellow musicians, Samini tried to clear the air that it was just a harmless mix-tape on real talents who last in the industry.
On his relationship with self-acclaimed dancehall King, Shata Wale and whether he is a real talent who would last, Samini said he does not wish him to fade anytime soon. “I think he is a very talented person. He is a real talent”.
Samini sought to clarify more issues he had refrained to comment on for all this while. He said Kaakie, the dancehall queen is not his girlfriend. “I’m not dating Kaakie, she’s is a baby. Am even looking forward to whoever is brave to wanna handle my little girl…”
Samini, who has been in the music industry for about a decade since age 21 says he is just about starting his music career, indicating to show host, Gladys Osei Owiredu how much music he still has in him.
The well composed Samini who sounded like a legend said “for the strength of the dancehall music industry, it will be heavy to do a beat with Stone Bouy, Shata Wale, Kaakie, Jupiter” and a host of them.
Samini is currently working on his new album, NEXT PAGE which will be outdoored soon. Reports reaching ‘The White Carpet’ indicates Samini will soon become the owner of a pub and restaurant here in Accra.