DR Congolese singer, song writer and producer, Fally Ipupa N’simba, is hinting that a collaboration with rapper Sarkodie will take Africa by storm.
The popular DR Congolese star, who described Sarkodie, as a close pal in a conversation with JoyNews’ MzGee, believes his track with the rapper will be remarkable and live through ages.
“Of course we are going to do something together because we are friends but I have many programmes to do in English. I have many things to do now. He has many things to do but one day we’re gonna catch up, link up in the studio and we gonna kill Africa,” he said.
But is proximity preventing the world from seeing the production of this masterpiece?
According to Fally Ipupa because he despises having to do this overseas they (he and Sarkodie) are looking for the finest opportunity to meet in a studio and put together the earth-shattering goodness of a musical piece.
“Sometimes it is better to be in the studio together to cook together. If me and Sarkodie we do the song, we don’t want, I don’t need us to just do the song for three months or years. No. It is supposed to be classic,” the DR Congolese singer said.
Fally Ipupa also touched on his relationship with movies stars, Majid Michel and Nadia Buari.
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