Ghanaian songstress, Sista Afia has a strong belief that the future of Ghanaian music lies in the hands of the hardworking female artistes like herself.
According to the “Weather” hitmaker they (female acts) are gradually catching up with their male colleagues and would soon dominate.
“Yes we would take over in the near future. It is about time, and as at now you can see we are gradually catching up with the male artistes,” She told Ghana News Agency in a recent interview.
Even though she believes her female colleagues have come far with their work, Sista Afia revealed that she’s still achieving her music dreams and is hoping for a VGMA nod this year.
”I am still achieving my music dreams, it does not come easily but with hard work and determination I would get there. I deserve an award at this year’s VGMA looking at the hard work I have put in the year under review.”
“I have songs that were released last year which are still making waves this year, of course ”Weather” is number one, and “Conner Conner” with Kelvynboy is another great jam,” she added.
Sista Afia who has won their hearts of Ghanaians with her verse on Sarkodie’s “Broken Heart” from his “Black Love” album urged fans to stick with her as she has a lot of yet to be released good music.
“Fans should expect a lot from me this year. I am releasing a whole lot of hit songs, starting off with “Paper” single which features Victor AD from Nigeria and I will release ”Queen Solomon II” this year,” she said.