Rapper Teephlow says he would love to do songs with Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and R2bees. He says they are talented and “for a rapper, they can give you some dope choruses”.
He is confident the established musicians are willing to assist the up and coming ones through collaborations but only if they were hard working and produced good stuff on their own. “It’s not always about money. If you work hard and create dope content, some people just want to be on it”, he revealed.
The entertainer, who is also an alumnus of Ghana’s Premier Science and Technology University, also equates working with music producer Hammer, to schooling. “Working with Hammer is fun. He pushes an artiste and brings out the best them. It’s like going to school. It’s a great experience”.
He was speaking in an interview with Charles Kumah Ntim on Maxx All Access on Takoradi based Maxx FM.
Teephlow, known outside showbiz as Lukeman Baidoo explained that “the journey from The Next Big Thing has not been easy but The Next Big Thing assured me I could do the whole music thing. Before that, I was just playing around”.
He reacted to an earlier assertion by colleague rapper; Strongman that his video-The warning, did not deserve the nomination it got at the VGMAs. “So are you saying the video is whack? It has nothing to do with Hammer being my manager. But everyone is entitled to his opinion. Obiaa ne ne taste”, he exclaimed.