I didn’t charge Sarkodie for my verse on Oofeetso – Prince Bright

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Prince Bright of Buk Bak fame has revealed he didn’t charge rapper Sarkodie for his verse on the latter’s hit song “Oofeetso”.

According to him, he didn’t charge Sarkodie because he has vowed never to charge a colleague musician for collaborations.

He disclosed this in an interview with Kumi Kasa on his “Close Up” show.

“I don’t charge for collaborations and it’s my policy not to charge fees for collaborating with fellow artistes, My verse on Oofeetsc is a gift from my heart to Sarkodie,” he said when asked how much he charged for the collabo.

Prince Bright, widely regarded as one of the finest artiste of his generation, is the sole surviving member of the Buk Bak music group after the demise of his partner Ronny Coaches in 2013.

Written by GhanaSlayers

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