Ghanaian youngest superstar Kallai Nana Qwaachi, widely known in the media fraternity as Fotocopy has expressed how badly he needs a collaboration from fast-rising hip hop artiste Black Sherif.
Collaboration is when two or more artistes with a creative style come together as one to produce or work on a musical projects. Collaboration between artiste can boost or expand your fan-base. Collaboration is a win-win for both parties involved. You tap into my fan-base and i also do the same.
Collaboration between artistes can make both parties learn new techniques. During collaboration, both parties can identify their strengths and weaknesses, which can help you sharpen your musical career.
After having Ghanaian dance hall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jrn, who is known is the media space as Shatta Wale on his new song dubbed ‘School Dey Be‘, Fotocopy has disclosed that he badly want to feature ‘Second Sermon’ crooner Black Sherif on his song.
Speaking in an interview with award-winning presenter Macall Mensah (The Axe man) on ‘Y Entertainment Podium on Yfm (Takoradi), the 8-year old superstar said he will love to get Black Sherif on his song.
When Fotocopy was asked if he has been able to approach him, He said his management team is doing everything possible to secure a collaboration with Black Sherif.
Fotocopy who is now the youngest superstar also expressed how sad he was when he told his father that he wanted to do music but his dad shuttered him because of his dad past experience in the music scene years back.
The talented youngest rapper disclosed his biggest achievement so far in the music scene. He said his biggest achievement so far in the music space is to have a big artiste like Shatta Wale to be on his song ‘School Dey Be’.