Nigerian Pop/R&B Singer, Model and Philanthropist, Meaku, in an interview with a blogger, Asuquo Eton, has hinted that he and his partner facilitated the Sarkodie and Ace Hood collaboration
Nigerian-American RnB superstar, Meaku has said that he facilitated Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie and American rapper, Ace Hood’s “New Guy” collaboration.
There has been a huge controversy regarding how these two rappers came together to record a song. Sarkodie in an interview with Bola Ray on Starr FM said Ace Hood contacted him for the collaboration. However, Ace Hood in a tweet denied Sarkodie’s claims saying, a whopping $25, 000 hit his account before he agreed to join the project.
Nigerian Pop/R&B Singer, Model and Philanthropist, Meaku, in an interview with a blogger, Asuquo Eton, has hinted that he and his partner facilitated the Sarkodie and Ace Hood collaboration.
Below are the excerpts of the interview
“Apart from music, what other projects are you currently working on?
Currently, I am working in Partnership with Hemdee Kiwanuka (son of Ugandan Superstar Singer, ‘Halima Namakula’), developing film, and reality TV shows, and selling them to major networks in the US. [Hemdee was the first Ugandan that ever featured on E! Entertainment Television (an American basic cable and satellite television channel), when he created created “Fame in The Family” with Jamaican-American music sensation “Sean Kingston”, and American rapper, actor, basketball player, entrepreneur and model Romeo Miller (son of Hip Hop Mogul Master P)]. I am also a Co-Founder of Direct African Network TV (DAN TV), based in Los Angeles, California, that is under development and currently looking for content to air on the network.
Also, I and Hemdee, facilitated the current collaboration between Ace Hood and Sarkodie.”