I Will Release Songs Every Two Weeks - Sydney

Hiplife Artist, Barima Sydney is back with his Controversial and political songs and apparently he is not going anytime soon as he is here to torture the government with his songs till they make things right in the country.

Sidney made the revelation in an interview on Hitz Entertainment News with Doreen Avio on Wednesday and when he was asked if returning to performing political songs will not affect his music career he said, “Even if it affects me, I’ve already made up my mind to do it”.

“There is a positive and negative side to everything but you have to let the positive outweigh the negative so no matter what I’ll go through; I’m ready to go through it. Posterity will judge one day”.

He also explained that he decided not to do political songs again because he was the only soldier in the fight.

“I faced a lot of challenges after my “Donkomi” song and based on that I decided to just stop doing political songs because it’s a very lonely road and people also kept advising me to stop doing such songs and do the normal ones so they can invite me for shows”, he said.


“But it’s not about performing on stages. When you visit the villages, they tell us, we are the ones who the politicians listen to so we should continue and we will be heard”, he added.

Barima Sidney said he almost gave up but had to return to doing political songs because he realized that it was his calling and more especially now that things are not going well in Ghana.

Talking on his new single titled “Sikadiee Basabasa” which talks about the current economic situation being experienced in the country he says it is the first of many songs he is releasing to torment the President and politicians.

“If God permits, I’ll release songs every two weeks to torment them till they set their priorities right because most of us believe the President is a youth and for that reason [he has] no excuse to fail and besides, we want him to succeed”, he noted.


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