WATCH: I Felt “Kind Of Bad” Sarkodie Left Me Out Of Cassper Nyovest Collabo List – E.L

Rapper E.L says he felt “kind of bad” that colleague Sarkodie left him out of a list of Ghanaian artistes he suggested South African rapper Cassper Nyovest should collaborate with.

The ‘Overdose‘ act, however, said that the latter has the right to decide on who to list or not to.

“Well, it made me feel kind of bad but that’s him, that’s his list so he can list whoever he wants to list.” stated E.L to JOY NEWS’ MzGee.

He spoke on the supposed bad blood between them.

“No, there’s no bad blood. I am just not messing with any of these artistes anymore. I have come to realize that it is every man for himself. The past doesn’t really count for anything in this industry.

Watch interview below. 

Read the report about the Cassper Nyovest suggestion list below. 

Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie has suggested artistes South African rapper Cassper Nyovest should collaborate with, before he leaves the West African country.

The ‘Glory‘ act shared the suggestion on Twitter on Wednesday, March 27, 2018 writing: “Anyways was really looking forward to our session @CassperNyovest but need to secure the out here in NYC. It’s a must you link up @stonebwoyb @shattawalegh @KOJO_Cue @r2bees @manifestive @KiDiMusic @IamKingPromise @KuamiEugene @KwesiArthur_ ”

Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, M.anifest, King Promise and Kwesi Arthur were some of his suggestions.

Details below. 

Refiloe Maele Phoolo, professionally known as Cassper Nyovest, is a South African recording artist and record producer.

He is currently signed to his own independent label and media company, Family Tree.

Nyovest Announced plans to fill up 75,000-capacity FNB Stadium in August.

On 17 November 2017 he announced that the tickets for the golden circle was 70% sold, and some notable performers for this concert were also revealed.

Nyovest finally got three major brands to sponsor his show: Ciroc SA, SABC 1 and Budweiser. On 2 December, Nyovest announced that 72,000 tickets were sold, compared to the attendance record of 68,000.