Sir Kwame Bota Nsiah-Apau simply known as Sir (son of rapper Okyeame Kwame) has disclosed that he felt nervous and cried when ‘SAUCING’, a song his father featured him and sister Sante on was being recorded.
According to the young rapper, he was initially tensed but his father calmed down his nerves and eventually, he felt all right.
“The first time I did it, I felt nervous but when daddy told me [that] when he was a rapper, he also got nervous sometimes, I was OK.”
Sir, 7, also revealed that he cried at a point because he “wasn’t getting his lines right” but felt very happy when he finally got it right.
WATCH THIS: Official Music Video to SAUCING
The young rapper also mentioned that he would like to emulate his uncle and rapper Flowking Stone by combining rap and science when he grow up.
He made all these revelations during an interview with Andy Dosty on Adom 106.3 FM‘s Airtel Chart Show where he shared his experience with respect to the song.
When ‘SAUCING’ was released over the weekend, it fetched some controversies following a fan’s comment that Sir raps better than rapper D-Black. The song was produced by Abochi.
Source: Yaw Sarpon | GlammyNews.com