‘I’m not interested in collaborating with Sarkodie anymore’ – Samini shares frustration


In 2014, Sarkodie tapped into Samini’s reggae dexterity and released ‘Love Rocks’.

The reggae track was hailed as a great collaboration between the rap and reggae circles in the country.

Nearly a decade on, there appears to be some bad blood between the two artistes, at least from Samini’s perspective.

'I'm not interested in collaborating with Sarkodie anymore' - Samini shares frustration

A sudden rant by Samini on Twitter suggests some pain he is habouring about a past situation with Sarkodie over expected collaborations.


It was triggered by a fan who asked the dancehall artistes when fans could expect another collaboration from the duo.

'I'm not interested in collaborating with Sarkodie anymore' - Samini shares frustration

Samini’s response was one that many did not expect.

“Not sure I’ll need a verse from sark but if he ever does need one I’m not interested and that’s facts. He knows this himself.. )y3 Alo sometimes and I don’t play that.

He says the ‘No Pressure’ crooner’s supposed reluctance to give a concrete response to requests for features affected his 2021 Burning EP.

“Yes or no be problem for am so e go slow you and your project go dull …, he did it to me on burning EP,” he replied.

The Twitter user, AmarexJay, further probed if the problem at the time may have been a matter of mixing business with pleasure.

He accused Sarkodie of share unwillingness to return the 9-year-old favour.

According to him, his verse on Sarkodie’s ‘Love Rock’ was done for free and delivered in 24 hours.

This is why he considers the rapper a hypocrite.

“He’s just Allo [sic] when it comes to returning favors,” adding that “unlike him I do my own hooks and verses and I don’t need features to blow. Like I die lol.”

In that same tweet, he poked Sarkodie; “Sarkodie, you know what time it is 😂😂😂 we shoot direct.”

Meanwhile, Sarkodie is yet to publicly respond to these claims by the dancehall artiste.

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