Ghana’s multiple award winner,Michael Owusu Addo, known in showbiz as Sarkodie, has lashed out at upcoming artistes in the entertainment and showbiz industry who fault established acts for charging them for collaborations.
Sarkodie argued that music is done as a full-time job by most musicians in the industry and charging for their services should not be considered a bad approach.
He averred it at the discretion of the established musician to feature for free and should be considered a favour and not an entitled, ABC News has gathered.
The multiple award-winning musician expressed these concerns in a tweet in response to comments made by up-and-coming rapper, K’Swagg on Hitz FM.
The promising rapper disclosed in an interview monitored by ABC News that the Jennifer Lomotey hitmaker, Kurl Songx, charged him Ghc1, 500 for a music feature and Ghc6000 for a music video appearance, a fee he couldn’t afford thus failed to shoot the video.