Nana Boroo They were at each other’s throat about two years ago over who owned the right to the Aha Yede hit track but Nana Boroo and S.K Original have now reconciled and even done a new song together.
According to S. K Original, Nana Boroo called him sometime last month asking him to feature on a new song he had done titled Nsem Pii.
Both Boroo and S.K claimed ownership of Aha Yede when the song came out in Boroo’s name. S.K said he had put a lot of creativity into the song and it was not fair for him to be regarded simply as a guest on the project.
Boroo also maintained that he had his song and only invited S.K to feature on it after agreeing on financial terms.
“I felt there was no need to keep on quarreling,” S. K, who is of Togolese origin and sings fluently in French, told Showbiz in an interview last Tuesday. “After all, we are mature personalities capable of forgiving each other over that discord.”
“When you are at peace with everyone, God showers his blessings on you. You cannot continue to be at war with people and expect God to bless you. Nsem Pii is a wonderful piece and I also have a couple of tracks I want to feature Nana Boroo on ”
Real name Sokpo Kokou Fabrice, S.K said he wanted to use the opportunity of the reconciliation to tell the youth, especially his colleague musicians, to forgive and forget any problems between them and forge ahead in unity.
Nana Boroo, real name Nana Osei Bonsu, also expressed happiness at working together again with S.K Original after the bitter dispute.
“I believe the two of us can make a very big impact when we team up. It is normal for people to misunderstand each other sometimes but that does not mean they must forever be enemies. There was a misunderstanding between us and, thank God, we are back again.”
Nana Boroo added that the Nsem Pii song, which was recorded by Kilbeatz about two weeks ago, could be a hit when it comes out.