Sister Afia Has Just Warned All The Female Musicians |Claims She’s Coming To Take Over

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Franchesca Williams popularly known as Sister Afia, the latest sensation to hit the Highlife genre in an interview with Giovan on his morning drive show revealed why she chose to be a Highlife musician.

She admitted that, it’s hard been in a genre that is male dominated with the maestros like Daddy Lumba, Bisa Kdei, R2Bees and others but chose it because there are no more female musicians in the Highlife game and filling in that space makes her comfortable.

Sister Afia
Sister Afia

Sister Afia also said in the interview that, as a new act, she knows she will face some challenges but that is not going to stop her form achieving her goal. Her aim is to deliver great songs and compelling music videos that will thrill music lovers.

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When asked if her name, Sister Afia wouldn’t be a problem for her since Ghanaians already know of Efya, she answered “ No there is going to be no problem with that because the Efya we all know has a E-F-Y-A spelling while mine has the A-F-I-A and a sister added as well. So you see, two different hardworking ladies with a common goal, to entertain”

 

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The well endowed singer believes she’s a threat to other female musicians and bragged “Sista Afia will soon be a house-hold name and a risk to other musicians

We live to see, if indeed she will become a threat to the likes of Becca, Efya, Mzvee, Jazzy, Kaakie and others who were already in the game before she came.

Ghbase.com has gathered that, Sister Afia is already getting massive airplays with her new single “Okro Okro nu ft Bisa K’Dei”

Watch the video below of her single below:

Some portions of text culled from ghallywoodstars.com

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