Sister Afia advices Ghanaian artistes to be smart in the industry

Sister Afia advices Ghanaian artistes to be smart in the industry

Ghanaian singer Sista Afia has cautioned her colleagues in the Ghana Music Industry to be smart and take care of themselves because no one cares about them in the industry.

According to her, in the business of music, the focal point for everyone is to make money, not the personalities involved.

As a result of that, it is easy for an artiste to be replaced by the highest bidder at any given opportunity.


Francisca Gawugah known in the entertainment industry as Sista Afia is a Ghanaian high life, afro-pop, and Afrobeat artist.

Sista Afia returned to Ghana in 2015 to start her music career, groomed by Bisa Kdei. She made her first collaboration with Bisa Kdei "kro kro no" and also her first official release as a musician.

She also gained recognition and popularity after releasing her single "jeje" featuring dancehall artist Shatta Wale and Afezi Perry. Sister Afia also released the album "Queen Solomon" in 2018.

Sista Afia in a post on Twitter called on her colleagues to be vigilant in order not to fall prey to any scam.

'In this music business nobody give a F or cares about u! “it’s about the Money” You can be replaced at any given time so when you in this business you need to understand your value be smart and not get played' she tweeted.

Sista Afia further urged her fellow Musicians to be smart and know their value so as not to be played.