Rising Afropop artiste Camidoh in an interview with Sammy Flex on Sammy Flex TV has revealed the fact that he has unleashed his debut EP as well as Stonebwoy’s Anloga Junction album in the market, does not necessarily mean he is in competition with the dancehall Gad.
Camidoh who signed on to GB Records apparently announced his intention of releasing a debut album until the outburst of the novel, coronavirus. A pandemic that has halted almost every activity and affecting entertainment practitioners the most.
As a result, instead of an album, the young vocal god chose to let his fans have a better feel of him as by his plans pushing him to release the ‘Continent Plan’ an Extended Play (EP) version of his album. A six track EP doing extremely well on the market. Even though most musicians have postponed their works, Camidoh comes next to Stonebwoy who took the bull by it’s horn to take extra risks.
It has become much difficult and and expensive churning out works in this current situation making individuals who are able to do so champs. Nevertheless, people think because Stonebwoy excelled releasing his Anloga Junction album, Camidoh wants to follow suit by competing with him.
Far from the speculations, Camidoh believes the industry is spacious enough to contain everybody and that his kind of songs are different from what Stonebwoy does and the fans decide on who to listen to as well.
“I am not in competition with Stonebwoy. Early this year, I put few songs out and I believe some have heard of me and others have not so according to plans, I am supposed to release an album to make people that have not heard of me from different parts of the world appreciate me the more and have enough of me until the coronavirus outbreak. We then decided to split it into two, giving us the ‘Contingent Plan’ EP. We are working according to plans and strategies but not competition” He told Sammy Flex the host on Showbiz Daily.
Story by: Jay Smart