singer-songwriter, Ink Boy, who made an appearance on Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie’s
hit song ONE MILLION CEDIS, has recently disclosed that there is no formal
agreement regarding his contribution to the track.
an interview on 3Music TV’s Culture Daily, the budding artiste was asked about
the status of the feature with Sarkodie. He revealed that while there is no
written agreement, discussions are ongoing with Sarkodie's team to sort out the paperwork and hopefully receive what is due him.
“There’s no paper agreement or whatsoever but it’s in the works because I reached out to his team then so we’ve been talking about that so hopefully I get the split sheet soon.”
he was not included in the ONE MILLION CEDIS music video which sparked
controversies online, Ink Boy expressed his gratitude for the chance he was
given and also touched on his tweets, stating that they were a result of his
want to thank him again. I’m sincerely grateful to Sarkodie, he’s been an
amazing person and having me on the record really changed a lot so I’m
thankful. But another thing here is this; you don’t start cooking and eat it
half done. If for any reason you want to cook, make sure you finish it so you
can be able to eat it. With the whole drama what I have to say about it is that
everything that happened even concerning the tweets it came from a place of
Ink Boy is in Ghana with the intention of establishing connections with his new
fan base and building professional relationships with key players in the Ghanaian
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