Rickross Set To Collaborate With Kenyan Artists
Rickross Set To Collaborate With Kenyan Artists.
Rick Ross recently made waves in the music industry when he unveiled plans for his forthcoming solo album, “Champagne Moments,” with exciting collaborations featuring artists from across Africa. Please Call Me Inventor Wins Long Legal Battle Against Vodacom
Among the notable names mentioned were Stonebwoy and Black Sheriff from Ghana, Nasty C from South Africa, and Harmonize and Diamond Platnumz from Tanzania.
However, the absence of Kenyan artists in Ross’s lineup sparked a wave of criticism, particularly from Cassy Pool, who took to social media to express her disappointment.
Pool questioned Ross’s selection process and urged him to include Kenyan talent in his project.
In response to the backlash, Rick Ross took to his social media platforms to address the concerns raised by Cassy Pool and other fans. He acknowledged the oversight and pledged to rectify it by collaborating with Kenyan artists on his album.
Ross’s commitment to working with Kenyan talent has reignited excitement among fans and artists alike, paving the way for new opportunities and collaborations within the vibrant music scene of Kenya.
“I want to tell Rick Ross…Kenya has produced international artistes starting from our one and only Khaligraph Jones, the best rapper. You cannot compare Khaligraph Jones with any rapper within East Africa and out of East Africa or Africa at large,” he said.
n his response, Ross defended his decision by highlighting the abundant talent present in Kenya’s music scene.
He emphasized that Kenya boasts a wealth of skilled musicians who deserve recognition and opportunities for collaboration.
Ross acknowledged that his initial selection might have overlooked some of these talents but expressed his eagerness to explore and engage with the diverse pool of artists from Kenya.
This assurance signals a promising step towards inclusivity and recognition of Kenya’s vibrant music community within Ross’s upcoming project.
“You go pick a village boy from Tandale another village boy from Makonde and you tell us you have picked artistes…This is the country that has produced the first black American president you must respect Kenya. This is the country that has produced the first athlete.”