Ghanaian musician, Akoo Nana has reacted to Sarkodie’s latest song ‘Sub Zero’.
Speaking in an interview with Zion Felix on ‘Me Car Mu FM’, Akoo Nana said releasing the song at this moment was not necessary.
He disclosed his readiness to communicate with Sarkodie about the ‘Sub Zero’ song which is purported to be a diss song targeted at other musicians in the country.
Akoo Nana stated that Sarkodie is like a god in the Ghanaian music industry, and Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy are also big artistes but it is important for all musicians to unite and work towards one goal by putting Ghana on the world map with their crafts.
He reminisced how he was regarded as one of the top artistes in the country and the turn out of event now.
The ‘Amponsah’ composer put emphasis on how respect to each other will help the industry.
Akoo Nana also lamented Ghanaian songs not enjoying massive airplay outside the country but most musicians claim supremacy.
Following the release of ‘Sub Zero’, Shatta Wale stated in an interview with TV3 that the timing for the release of the song was wrong as the world and Ghana are trying so hard to fight against the Coronavirus which has claimed many lives.
Listen to Akoo Nana’s interview with Zion Felix below.