Ghanaian musician, Dadie Opanka has revealed that he has unreleased songs with a lot of Ghanaian musicians.
He made this known in a recent interview he had with the popular radio show host, Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.
The musician also spoke about his relationship with other Ghanaian musicians in his interview stating that almost all musicians in Tema are his friends.
In the interview, he said;
“I have so many unreleased songs with a lot of artistes. I haven’t paid money for collaboration before.
One way or the other, I get some support from some artistes. Almost all the artistes in Tema are my friends. Industry friends.”
He also spoke about collaborations between secular musicians and gospel musician. His comments about this come after Celestine Donkor revealed that some stations and media personalities are refusing to play her new song which features Efya and Akwaboah.
According to the gospel musician, these station and personalities are refusing to play the song just because he features secular musicians.
Reacting to this, the Tema-based rapper said;
“Being a gospel musician doesn’t mean you will go to heaven, and I, the secular artiste, would go to hell. Some gospel musicians do bad things than us the secular artistes. It is good for gospel musicians to collaborate with secular artistes.”