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“I Don’t Take Money For Collaborations”-Minister OJ Discloses



"I Don't Take Money For Collaborations"-Minister OJ Discloses

Veteran Ghanaian Gospel Act, Michael Oware Sakyi, also known as OJ has said that he does not take money for collaborations with other musicians.

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According to him, his interest is in the song the other musician brings on board and if he likes it, he adds his version to the song to make it more soothing for listeners.

Unlike some musicians who mostly charge huge sums of money for collaborations. OJ said that the only thing that impresses him is the work and the song he has been asked to feature on.

During an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, OJ revealed he has never had any issue with anyone regarding money but the only thing most people complain about is his time. He said that he mostly snubs musicians or people who intend to waste his time.

Meanwhile, OJ revealed in the course of the interview that a hug from a sister in his church motivated his popular song “Koso Na Koso”.

According to him, he enjoyed working for the Lord and despite the fact that the salary wasn’t good, he always made sure not to show it in his actions or way of life so his people always had the perception that he was content with what he receives.

He revealed that he was hugged by a woman who admired him for his hard work and the words the woman said to him inspired his song.


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