Ghanaian rapper and singer, Kweku Flick has said he is influenced by award-winning rapper, Sarkodie‘s music and lifestyle.
Describing Sarkodie as a “gentle” personality, Flick said: “I want to look like Obidi (Sarkodie). Have you seen how Obidi dresses, he’s very simple.”
“He’s very gentle,” Flick told Naa Klordey Fritzal Abban on the Asaase Café 98.5 in Kumasi Wednesday (3 August). “If you get closer to him, you will realise that he’s a cool guy.”
According to him, “he’s [Sarkodie] influencing the way I dress, the way I do music and the way I talk. I have learnt from Sarkodie that music is business.”
“If you don’t make it in life, one day somebody will laugh at you, so the little you get you have to invest. I want to start rearing snails, there’s money in it.”
The self-acclaimed king of melodies added: “The street gave me the name (King of Melodies). It all started when I dropped ‘Money‘, that’s when people realised that my melodies are hot. They started calling me the King of Melodies so I decided to do a lot of things with it, hence my EP.”
King of Melodies EP
Kweku Flick has taken off his new project called “King of Melodies” with seven songs on the album.
The songs on the EP are, No lazy man, Body, High, King of Melodies, Bosam Dollar, Ewuase, Ewurabena.
The EP has different genres ranging from highlife, hip hop and drill music.
“I want to win everybody hence the diversity; the old, the young, everybody. That’s why I’m blending it all. I want to give everybody the opportunity to enjoy good music.
“If I want to do drill music, I need to add some highlife to it, so it will be different from other people. So it doesn’t become obsolete,” Kweku Flick added.