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Don’t make us enemies - Flowking Stone on Sark comparisons

Flowking Stone & Sark
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Many Ghanaians have compared Sarkodie and Flowking Stone for long but it looks like the latter is not happy about “Who murdered who on "fire bon dem remix” comparison.


The rapper in a chat on Starr FM said Sarkodie is a very good friend so it is not healthy for Ghanaians to compare them.

“The two people I put on the song are like my brothers especially Sarkodie whom I host most often when he comes to Kumasi and had contacted me to feature on the remix of the original track after seeing the video on YouTube.

The reason why I got back to Sarkodie was because I felt the fans wanted to hear us together, I believe in collaborations and also prove to our fans that we are not at loggerheads.

I felt it had been long overdue and the fans were waiting for so long because it was something myself and Sarkodie had planned every time we met.

I don’t know who put that out there about us battling each other because I’m too grown for that. Initially I thought it was healthy competition and when the competition is healthy it makes you step up your game as an artiste, but when people concentrate on the competition and not the collaboration then it becomes something else.

It is a song to address our individual issues because it has soul…we are both rappers from Ghana and mostly do twi rap.

We can tongue twist and go slow on a track but we come from different backgrounds…we are similar in a way and different in a way,” he stated.