Ghanaian reggae dancehall artist, Samini, has confidently asserted that when it comes to hit songs, none of the “big four” artists, namely Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, and himself, can surpass his hit track, ‘My Own.’
Samini firmly believes that even in his absence, none of the mentioned artists could produce a song that could outshine his popular track.
He expressed that he does not consider himself on the same level as these artists when it comes to music.
He stated, “As far as I’m concerned, I’m minding my business, and I’m actually not on the same level as these guys when it comes to music, you understand?”
Samini went on to emphasize that it is unfair to put undue pressure on emerging artists by comparing them to seasoned musicians like himself. He believes it’s unreasonable to expect the new generation of artists to instantly reach his level of success.
“But I think it’s unfair pressure to these kids when you want to bring them to my level like that,” he noted.
Addressing those who claim his career has slowed down, Samini responded with confidence, saying, “Go get a degree and come back.”
He suggested that during his absence from the music scene, he did not witness any significant changes and believes that none of the current hit songs can rival his own, specifically referring to ‘My Own.’
Samini also commended Stonebwoy for his recent project, ‘5th Dimension,’ and stated that among the “big four” artists, the only impressive release came from Stonebwoy’s camp.