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Sarkodie reveals why he prefers to collaborate with budding musicians rather than sign them.

Ghanaian rapper Michael Owusu Addo, better known by his stage name, has made it plain that he intends to engage with emerging artists through his record company, SarkCess Music.

Sarkodie says he has no ambitions to train new artists under his sole supervision anytime soon, especially after failing to do so with rapper Strongman and singer Akwaboah after a few years.

Instead, the 'No Fugazy' rapper stated that he would like to use his knowledge and clout to assist up-and-coming musicians in realizing their full potential and achieving success in the entertainment industry.

This was revealed during a recent Twitter Space encounter with his admirers, who engaged him in a rare Q&A session facilitated by Twitter influencer KalyJay.

He believed that the new status of the entertainment industry in Africa makes it tough to flourish as an artiste developing other talents while revealing his plans for the country's future generation of performers.

Rather than aiming to sign anyone for the time being, it might be preferable to offer them the exposure they seek by cooperating with them on initiatives.

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