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DopeNation Explains How Their Collaboration With Sarkodie On Their “Check My Zingo” Tune Happened

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Ghanaian musical duo consisting of Micheal Boafo popularly known as B2, and Tony Boafo known as Twist, popularly known as DopeNation have shared how the collaboration with multiple award-winning rapper, Sarkodie on their song, ‘Check My Zingo’ came about.

Speaking in a recent interview with Berla Mundi on TV3’s Newday show, the twin brothers revealed that their collaboration with Sark wasn’t a planned one but it just happened and gave a brief narration on how it all happened.
“We released the first version of it and it came with a hype video. He (Sarkodie) saw it and posted it on his story,” they said.
They continued by stating that after two to three days, Sarkodie sent them a dm asking them to send him the beats.
They reiterated that at the beginning of the year, they didn’t have anyone to fuse with on this track.
According to Dope Nation, Sark’s verse was “fire” and it didn’t take a long time to record.
They emphasized that the experience was an entirely different one with the involvement of the likes of KillBeatz, a Ghanaian music producer.
Berla mentioned that they gave some credit to record producer Hammer on social media when the song was released and asked them to shed some light on the reason why that appreciation was made.
In response to this, they disclosed that Hammer has this sound from Obrafour’s old song which they took and placed it in the new song, titled ‘Check My Zingo’.
They further explained that they were trying to fuse the old song and evolve it into a new one.

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