Sultry Ghanaian songstress, Sister Afia has said she is a firm believer in the notion that sex really sells.
Speaking to MzGee on Gee Spot, the ‘Jeje’ hitmaker who admitted to deliberately using profanity to sell her songs said she’s doing it for the money.
She stated: “I need money so obviously if I know something like that is going to sell so why don’t I just go for it. But I still do it sensibly”.
Many in the Ghanaian society especially older musicians have bemoaned the over reliance of sexual innuendoes and connotations to sell creative products like music and movies insisting it has a negative effect on the moral fabric of the society.
Others have even called for some measures including censorship to be deployed in an attempt to curb the trend.
But Sister Afia will have none of that.
Born Francesca Duncan Williams, Sister Afia released her first studio album titled ‘Queen Solomon’ on December 1st 2018.
It was widely published that At the album listening session for her ‘Queen Solomon’ album she stated that contrary to the many public claims and rumors that there is a supposed ‘big man’ or ‘sugar daddy’ behind the scenes who funds her career, all the work she does is solely funded from her music and her family: the Duncan-Williams family.