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Safo Newman Declines Fameye and Amerado Collaboration, Asserts: ‘I Won’t Boost Other Artists’ Popularity with My Song’.

Juliet Korkor 4 weeks ago 0

Safo Newman, the rapidly emerging Ghanaian musician, has firmly stated his lack of interest in creating a remix for his hit track “Akokoa.”

According to a post on Kumi Kasa’s official Facebook page, who is believed to be Safo Newman’s manager, the musician has turned down the opportunity to collaborate with Fameye and Amerado.

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Kumi Kasa revealed that he had made efforts to arrange a remix of the song with a well-known artist.

He reached out to both Fameye and Amerado for a potential feature on the remix. Amerado even offered to do a verse for free, but Safo Newman declined the offer.

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He expressed that he was not interested in having any other artist on his song.

Safo Newman reportedly refused to attend a meeting that was planned for the collaboration to take place.

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He explained that he was not willing to allow any other musician to gain popularity through his song.

Safo Newman’s decision to reject the collaboration shows his determination to maintain control over his music and not dilute his own artistry.

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