Multi-Talented Ghanaian rapper Kallai Nana Qwaachi, best known as Fotocopy, has said he aspires to feature his senior rappers Sarkodie and Wendy Shay in some of his songs.
According to Ghana’s youngest rapper, he will be extremely excited to have the two iconic musicians in collaboration.
“I’m hoping to have a feature with Sarkodie. And when it comes to the female side, I’m also checking Wendy Shay and if I get them both on a song I will misbehave because it will be very exciting. Getting Wendy Shay on a song is not easy.
“Some people have suffered and been in the industry for five years they haven’t even had Shatta Wale on their song so it’s not easy,” the eight-year-old said.
Fotocopy known for his ‘Megye Me Dow’ crooner made this disclosure on Asaase Radio’s Rush Hour hosted by Elvis Crystal.
Emphasising his journey so far, the ‘School Dey Be’ hitmaker said humility has brought him this far because tomorrow as they say is unknown.
“Be humble because anything can happen at anytime and don’t look down on anybody. I might pause on music for a while and take education more seriously.”
He indicated further that the motive behind his move to feature South Africa’s Uhuru on his song was due to international exposure.
“I decided to feature Uhuru on ‘Tomorrow‘ because after featuring Shatta Wale on ‘School dey be’ I thought it was wise to feature Uhuru. Plus I love him and I thought it will give me an international exposure. I went to South Africa for my school dey be project,” Fotocopy explained.