GHANAIAN DANCEHALL artiste, Emmanuel Andrews Samini, widely known in the showbiz circles as Samini, says but for music he would have been a poor man.
Speaking on Joy Prime’s ‘E with Becks’, the musician disclosed that he was so broke when he decided to pursue music as a career.
He said, “I owe everything I have to music. I had zero when I stepped out to pursue my dream.
Asked if he was not afraid since music back then was not lucrative as it is presently, the dancehall artiste cum farmer said even though he had no guarantee in the music industry, he believed in his dream.
“To the extent that I know I don’t have a monthly income but somehow some way this job and field with no guarantee somehow some way feeds me and everything around me…” he told Joy News’s Becky.
“So I think music has done everything for me…” he concluded.