Video: Lousika Talks Sarkodie, Ghanaian DJs and the Music Industry – Watch

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Ghanaian female rapper, Lousika has lashed out at Sarkodie for his constant rejection.

According to the ‘Biosschic’ hitmaker in an interview with NYDJ, she once reached out to Sarkodie for a verse on a song but never got a reply from him.


The now mother of two further stated that after she was ignored the first time, she got in touch with him to tweet a song she had released back then but she was once again snubbed by the CEO od SarkCess Music because the hype was not there anymore which she described as unprofessional on the part of Sarkodie.

According to her, other artists still give her attention though she’s been out of the scene for some time due to family issues. She narrated how Edem, Shatta Wale and Mr Eazi has been very instrumental in her coming back which is scheduled for June this year.

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This is not the first time the most decorated rapper in Africa has been tagged as not approachable, disrespectful and arrogant.

It could be recalled in 2017 that Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade also complained bitterly about Sarkodie being arrogant and disrespectful.

According to Yemi Alade, not only was Sarkodie disrespectful and rude to her when she made a deal with him for collaboration but she has stopped being a fan of Sarkodie.

Hitz FM Presenter Doreen Avio also made the same comment about him in 2017 when she was ignored by the rapper at DJ Mensah’s All White Party.

Veteran highlife star Obouba J. A. Adofo also took a swipe at Sarkodie in 2015. He described him as arrogant, ungrateful and disrespectful, for his claim that he “is of age and don’t just grant radio interviews.”

Lousika’s entry into the Ghanaian music industry was memorable as she was the dopest female rapper back then but life has its challenges.

She was nominated for Best Female Video of the Year and Best Discovery of the Year at the 4syte Music Video Awards in 2013. Hardly has there been any music award event without her name on the nomination list.

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