A Ghanaian Hiplife artiste Sariki, born Mohammed Hadi, has openly spoken of legendary hiplife artiste Obrafour, saying his style of music will forever be trending.
He said, “Obrafour’s style is unique and will never fade.”
If you are an artist who desires to work with popular Ghanaian beat maker-Appietus, you ought to be wary of his “fraudulent ways”—at least, that’s what Ghanaian musician-Sariki seems to say.
Sariki, formerly known as Bossu and famous for his 2013 hit song-Bata Wujin featuring StoneBwoy and Sormiha featuring Yaa Pono has told GhanaCelebrities.Com about how Appietus sold a beat to him for 2500 GHS in 2014 and years later sold the same beat to Nero X for Appietu’s recently released compilation.
“In 2014, my management-Gye Nyame Entertainment based in the U.K through Obrafour paid Appietus 2500 GHS in Ghana for him to produce a beat for a single which he did,” Sariki said.
“Immediately the beat was ready, I recorded a song which featured Obrafour and Don Itchy (Appietus’ own artist). But since Obrafour was busy, we did not have time to shoot a music video for the song which we wanted to release alongside the video,” he added.
With some wild dancers shaking their waist and twisting things, Sariki formerly known as Bossu has teamed up with Appietus to drop a music video for their recent song-Zorzormi. Signed by UK based Gye Nyame Entertainment, Sariki is keen on making a mark on the Hiplife scene—and he is not taking it easy with this … Read more
After giving us the hit single-Bata Wujin as Bossu, the rising music star has re-branded himself—calling himself Sariki and has also signed on UK’s Gye Nyame Entertainment. With this new brand, we have a new swag, new direction and a new single titled-Y3 Br3. Taking on the hardship in Ghana, Sariki uses ‘Y3 Br3’ to … Read more