Following a hibernation of years from music, Samini has at long last dropped a new tune ‘Good Vibes‘ to introduce his rebound. The song’s title tells it all, as it has some positive substance within it to invigorate people.
This most recent single is a prelude to what is to come from Samini Daggati. The latter has been on a media tour and his next stop was on Hitz FM.
In the interview on ‘DayBreak Hitz’ on Thursday October 12, the Reggae Dancehall star spoke more about ‘Good Vibes’ which was officially released with a party on Friday October 13 at the Exhale Lounge in East Legon.
Lately, Ghanaian artists have reliably been compared with their fellow Nigerians. Samini, in the conversation spoke about this issue stating it’s unnecessary!.
As per the multiple award winning singer, aside from a few factors, Nigeria’s populace is mind blowing, consequently comparing Ghana with them is ludicrous. He believes it’s excessive, and that people ought to offer Ghanaian artists a reprieve to focus on doing everything they possibly can for the industry.
“The number of millionaires in Lagos alone who support their music industry is incredible”, he said.
On other related issues, Samini also apologized to rapper Sarkodie and all those who have been hurt by his recent expressions about his colleague artist in an interview. Samini said, he faults Media General, the parent organization of TV3, where he made the ‘blusters’ when he was persistently pushed to speak on the issue by the host.
According to Samini, after the interview on TV3, where he hit-hard at rapper Sarkodie for disrespecting him, he requested that his manager call the station to pull down the prerecorded show hosted by Berla Mundi in light of the fact that, he had earlier explained everything in another interview with Andy Dosty.
Samini says he was stunned at the degree at which TV3 continued to make news out this even after the call to stop. He says he regrets not paying attention to his instincts when he was pushed to speak on Sarkodie’s issue.
He therefore encouraged other artists to constantly pay attention to their intuitive reactions prior to responding to some sensitive questions in interviews just so it wouldn’t raise any issue for them.
The celebrated dancehall artist, left music to study at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) but is now back.