Ace music producer, Osabuohien Osaretin, professionally known as Sarz, has said it is difficult for him to work with superstar singer, David ”Davido” Adeleke.
The 34-year-old said they have tried to work together on different occasions, but he does not understand why the project never comes out.
He talked about his unsuccessful attempts at having a stable working relationship with the DMW boss while being interviewed on Cool 96.9 FM Lagos.
Sarz said they have different work ethics and practices which clashes and prevents them from achieving anything tangible.
The record producer revealed that he likes to work ina quiet environment, whereas Omo Baba Olowo loves being surrounded by members of his crew whenever he is in the studio.
He said; “Davido and I have worked but I don’t just know why it never comes out. I think the way he works and the way I work are very different. I feel like that is a big difference.
“A lot of times when I get in a session with him, there are just like so many people but I’m very used to working with the artist and maybe like two other people alone.
So, when there is so many people, I can’t concentrate. And I think he feeds off that. So, it clashes sometimes. This is from perspective. I don’t know what he thinks.”
In other news…
CorrectNG reported weeks ago that Afrobeats singer, Davido, gave a hint that he wants to retire from music when his career is still at the peak.
The ‘Unavailable’ crooner made the revelation in a video of his interview shared on Instagram by celebrity blogger, Tunde Ednut, adding that his intention is to go out while the ovation is still high.
Davido was talking about the greatest fear in his career, and he said that he does not want to get to a phase where his fans and supporters no longer go wild for his music.
The multi award-winning singer further, who said everybody goes through different phases in their career vowed to retire from the music industry before he turns sour.
He said; “The only thing I’m really scared of is that moment when people cry and go wild when I get on stage. But it’s going to get to a point where it’s going to start slowing down in my career, everybody goes through it. I never want to get there. I’m gonna retire before I turn sour.”