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    I came to Ghana to have fun but ended up doing music - Sista Afia

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    In an Interview: I came to Ghana to have fun, but I ended up doing music _ Sista Afia

     I came to Ghana to have fun, but I ended up doing musicBudding Sista Afia, a female artist from Ghana, revealed that before moving to Ghana to pursue a career in music, she was a registered nurse abroad.
    The singer claimed that prejudice she encountered while working at a hospital caused her distress. She, however, left everything behind when she realized how much she loved music and traveled to Ghana, her native country.

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    Sista Afia hinted that the original goal was to come and perform music for pleasure, but that it has since grown into a significant source of income for her during an interview with GhanaWeb’s Paula Amma Broni on Talkertainment.
    Over the course of her career, which has lasted about 7 years, she has produced numerous hit songs, including “Jeje,” “Weather,” “Asouden,” and her most recent single, “Makwe.”

    “I just finished. I only came to Ghana to enjoy music, but it has since become a lucrative industry. Ghanaians have undoubtedly been quite helpful. I cannot dispute that. I didn’t work as a registered nurse in a hospital for the entire time because I left after a few months.

    When I finally made it through my former boss, Aaron in London, he liked my talent and said I needed to record a song because there was so much racism at my place of employment that I was not very enthusiastic to go to work. I recorded “Krokro No,” and he suggested that I visit Ghana to film the music video. The song was already getting a lot of attention when I arrived to film the video.”

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    Speaking on GhanaWeb TV, she
    Sista Afia commented on her success in the industry so far and said there is more work to be done, noting that her future project will include a distinct mood from her.
    “I thought I was making progress in my musical career.
    I still feel unfulfilled; I believe I have more to offer. I feel like the type of songs I wanted to do before, now is the era for it, therefore my next EP will explain what I mean by it ” she Added

    Sight the Interview below:

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