Lojay, BNXN, Others Appear On Sarkodie’s Upcoming Album tracklist
Sarkodie To Feature Lojay, BNXN, Others On New Album; See Tracklist
Sarkodie unveils the tracklist for his forthcoming album
Michael Owusu Addo, also known as Sarkodie, has unveiled the official tracklist for his highly awaited album ‘Jamz.’
Sarkodie is poised to release his seventh studio album, “Jamz,” as a follow-up to his last album, “No Pressure.”
The 10-track album, which features notable artists including BNXN, Lojay, Black Sherif, Kranium, Oxlade, Cina Soul, Ink Boy, King Promise, and Joeboy, is set to be released on Friday, November 11, 2022.
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In other news, SarkCess Music Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sarkodie has in a rap freestyle addressed concerns by fans regarding why he is not signed to a record label.
Some fans of the rapper, alias Sark Natives, and critics argue that signing to an international label, as some popular Ghanaian music acts have done in recent times, would expand his international audience and enrich his marketability
The Tema rap star thinks differently, however, and he gave a response in his new rap song called ‘Fraud [Man] In Suit’.
First, he gave the impression that record label deals often cheat the artists and take away from of their freedoms.
“There’s always going to be some fraud [man] in suit, trying to give you some money to stay mute. Always been part of the game, this is not new,” the Ghanaian music superstar spat [Hiphop term for rapping].
“How many be real owners? Just a few,” he highlighted the phenomenon of many artistes not owning their masters or having as much as they may portray to the public.
Michael Owusu Addo, alias Sarkodie, who has in the past featured on Forbes’ list of richest African musicians pointed to what is most important, in his view, for an artiste.
The label business is “a game, [man],” he stressed and noted making one’s own money gives them the power to avoid the label scams he earlier mentioned: “We have the money now so [forget] you.”