Sarz reveals how he choose artists to work with
Sarz details how he selects artists to work with.
Nigerian record producer and musician Osabuohien Osaretin, better known by his stage name Sarz, has provided a glimpse into his artist selection process for collaborations.
Sarz, the renowned record producer, for his A-list collaborations in the entertainment industry, including chart-toppers like Lojay’s “Monalisa” and the Chris Brown “Monalisa” remix, provides valuable insight into his process for choosing artists to collaborate with.
During a recent interview with Cool FM, Sarz shed light on his criteria for working with artists and what he looks for in potential collaborators.
He candidly shared, “I really go by feeling, if I hear someone and it sounds special to me” emphasizing that his selection process is driven by a deep musical connection.
This revelation aims to clarify any misconceptions about the types of artists he prefers to work with, as he acknowledged a decline in collaboration requests after his involvement in producing Drake’s “One Dance,” which featured Wizkid.
Sarz reiterated a fundamental truth: that an artist needs a producer just as much as a producer needs an artist.
He emphasized that he possesses the ability to elevate anyone and transform them into a hit sensation. Furthermore, he clarified that his success in the industry is not tethered to any particular artist.