Ghanaian songstress, Sefa, is unhappy about the support she is receiving from the industry especially those who were featured on her debut album.
Sefa released the “Growth’ album with the hope that those featured on the 12- track project will help promote it hence her disappointment.
She further revealed that she is not entirely pressuring the artists to rally behind the project but if they love their input into the project, they would have no other option than to support it in terms of promoting the album on social media.
“After the album was released, a few of them posted it. I don’t focus on that because I believe this is my job and for the other artists, all you can do is to plead to them to support you. I feel like if somebody loves the song they did with you and wants to help you promote it, they would do it.” She clarified
According to Sefa, she has been very supportive of the craft of other musicians especially the female artists but they have failed to return her love.
“The female artists when they release their songs, even if I’ve not listened to it, I re-post their fliers and everything on my pages but since I started promoting my song, I’ve not seen anything on their pages.” She claimed
The Growth album was produced under the imprint of Black Avenue Muzik featuring the likes of E.L, Camidoh, Praiz, DopeNation, Medikal, Bisa Kdei, Fameye, and Sista Afia.