The music investor expressed his disappointment that some of the artists he approached for a possible cooperation had rejected him.
In an interview with Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM, Smallgod claimed that despite numerous attempts to get in touch with some of these musicians about appearing in his songs, their responses were uninspiring.
The producers and I sit down and discuss how we want to construct the beat, where I want the drums, and where I want the keys, guitar, and horns, according to Smallgod on Kastle FM. “It starts from the beat,” he added.
On the Kastle Entertainment Show, he said, “So once we’re generating that, then I start to figure out what artiste goes on that beat so when we finish creating the beats, then I reach out to the artiste.”
Naturally, I play the rhythm to them and ask if they want to join the beat. Most of the time, they answer yes, but occasionally they don’t, he continued.
Nana Kwame Appiasei, also known as Smallgod, is a Ghanaian music entrepreneur, cultural, and streetwear expert who has just decided to follow his heart and become an artist. He has received many honors for his efforts to the Ghanaian music scene, with ‘Abonten Father’ being the most notable.
Smallgod has always loved interacting with people and being in the spotlight. Because of this, he is sometimes called to as the “President of Accra.” He serves as the initial point of contact for both Ghanaian and foreign musicians traveling abroad.
Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Tory Lanez, Sarkodie, Headie One, King Promise, Black Sherif, and more artists are connected to Smallgod. In addition to his singing and other pursuits, this has helped him receive widespread attention, as seen by his two appearances in GQ magazine as well as in VOGUE, EBONY, and INDUSTRIE AFRICA.