Star-laced Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, prevalently known as Sarkodie, has equally responded back at industry pundits and music critics who say he generally bounces on tracks with youthful and forthcoming artistes to remain hot and trending.
The multiple award-winning artiste, asserted that such notions or concocted sayings couldn’t be further from the truth in actuality, due to the fact that he never, by a long shot, reaches out to any youthful musician for a feature on a song.
Illustrating his point of view with his newly recorded album project as an example, Sarkodie stated on the record that Black Sherif did in fact reach out to him for an appearance on ‘JAMZ’, and not vice versa.
The rapper brought up a concern, indicating that Ghanaians continue to say that he uses youthful artistes to remain significant in light of the fact that they can’t comprehend how he has kept afloat as an artiste in the game, for such an extended period of time.
Sarkodie exhorted music peeps and lovers, admonishing them to do away with the spiteful behavioral tendencies they display, and simply appreciate the art of music.
King Sark, whose stage name also goes as Obidi, released his most recent studio album collection, called ‘JAMZ’, at 12 midnight today, and has quickly turned into the most talked about celebrity on Twitter.
The album project has a consisting single, known as ‘Country Side’, in which he features Ghana’s fast rising star, Black Sherif.