“I also want to feature Ebony’s ghost, just as Sarkodie did with Bob Marley” – Azonto
Amapiano “King” Mark Kwesi Arthur of Ghana, popularly known as DJ Azonto, says he wants to emulate Sarkodi by featuring the late Ebony in one of her songs.
Sarkodi’s recent feature in Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ received applause from the majority of fans and celebrities, especially Shatta Wale, who praised his colleague for featuring ‘Ghost’ .
According to DJ Azonto, he was amused by Sarkody’s “Stir it Up” feature and hopes to stay on the same trajectory by featuring the late Ebony reigns.
DJ Azonto said in an interview, “I didn’t know people could feature ghosts, so I’d like to contact Ebony’s management so they can put some lines into some of her songs.
When asked about his plans for this year, DJ Azonto said he has applied for Artist of the Year, Best Songwriter of the Year and Viral Song of the Year at the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).
“I wouldn’t be surprised if, like the magic of ‘Fa No Fom’, I won five awards at the next VGMA. I filled the nominations, and when the nominee was finally released, I am hoping for good news.
DJ Azonto’s new single titled “En Fa Bi Da” is an ongoing challenge among netizens and is making waves on various social media platforms.
DJ Azonto plans to put on a huge live band show on Valentine’s Day, and is preparing to excite the love couple with an amazing performance.
DJ Azonto, who broke through with the relentless hit single ‘Fa No Fom’, has won numerous awards over the past few months and has been nominated for New Artist of the Year at the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. increase. He’s hosting his Valentine’s Day concert at his Narvana Lounge in Dzorwulu, and tickets are on sale from his GHC1000.
DJ Azonto includes “Fa No Fom”, “Add Wele”, “WaGaashi”, “VGMA”, “Any money I get”, “Kaba Ne Skirt”, “Hustle”, “East Legon Nyariwa”, “EnFa Bi Da” and many other hit singles.
He won the Ghana DJ Award (Best Song of the Year), Most Influential Artist of the Year, Most Consistent Artist of the Year, Richest DJ of the Year, Student Artist of the Year, Next in the Year. Most Acclaimed Artists (GABA Awards, New Artist of the Year, Best Afro-Pop Artist of the Year, and finally African Spotlight Artist of the Year.
The Amapiano sensation was honored as artist of the year at the High School Awards before hosting his “Azonto A Confirmie” concert at Kwassiman, which was attended by thousands.