Ghanaian Amapiano artiste, DJ Azonto, has shed light on the transformative influence of Yvonne Nelson’s memoir, I AM NOT YVONNE NELSON on the career of Ghana’s celebrated rapper, Sarkodie
According to the ‘Fan Ne Fom’ crooner, the book’s release served as a catalyst for Sarkodie’s career, propelling him to headline major international shows and opening doors to new opportunities.
DJ Azonto, who himself was nominated for the prestigious Most Popular Song of the Year award at the VGMA, attests to the power of having an educated partner in one’s life.
“Sometimes having just an educated partner can help boost your career, as it did for Sarkodie recently after Yvonne Nelson released her book. Before the book, he cancelled most of his tour, but after the book, he’s headlining major international shows, which is very good,” DJ Azonto disclosed.
According to him, Sarkodie’s life took a positive turn after Yvonne Nelson released her captivating memoir.
Prior to the book’s release, Sarkodie had to cancel several tour engagements, but the memoir’s impact was nothing short of remarkable, as it breathed new life into his career.
“Yvonne Nelson’s memoir was a major turning point for Sarkodie’s career. It helped to bring attention to him and allowed him to reach a wider audience,” he added.
Looking ahead, DJ Azonto is set to unleash yet another groundbreaking single featuring his talented wife, Mrs. Diana Arthur, popularly known as Anita Gucci.
The much-anticipated track titled “Anita” is sure to captivate audiences and further solidify DJ Azonto’s position as a musical force to be reckoned with.
Additionally, to engage and celebrate their devoted fanbase, DJ Azonto plans to introduce the “iPhone 15 dance challenge” alongside the release of “Anita.”
This innovative dance challenge aims to connect with fans on a deeper level and foster a sense of unity and camaraderie among music enthusiasts.