Before dawn, audiomack had recorded over 200,000 downloads 30 mins after the release of the #NoPressure album. The album features top artists like Wale, Casper of South Africa, Giggs, Vic Mensa, our own Medikal, Darkovibes and MOG Music. Indeed, the tracks on the album are fire.
Since the release of the album, Sarkodie has been trending on Twitter and many other platforms. This shows how blessed and talented the “money no be a problem” croon rapper is. However, someone has shown the rapper that his worth doesn’t preclude others from showing him more extra monies. After a long relentless show, an anonymous person walked up to Sarkodie and gave him money to spend because he is too talented. Check out the image and money below:
When people feel like you don’t need anything there are some who will still want to give you something regardless now that’s rare 😊 someone ( want to remain unknown ) just walked up to me and gave me this 🙏🏿 just felt like sharing #NoPressureAlbum
Sarkodie was shocked and perplexed by that gesture because he figured in Ghana, many people would assume you’ve made it so there is no need to dash you extra money. So he was utterly shocked that someone gave him those pounds to spend for free.
Even as he posted the case on Facebook, most of his followers figured the giver of the money didn’t give the money to the right person. They thought Sarkodie has made it already and doesn’t really need those monies. This confirms exactly what “Obidi” was saying. Ghanaians assume fast and plenty with zero research or understanding.
This is the challenge we have as a country. However, Sarkodie’s album- “No Pressure” continues to make massive waves on all audio and visual platforms. Even abroad, he is granted interviews left, right centre and that confirms how hardworking the rapper is. No wonder someone figured he needed that money.
Let me use this occasion to repeat an advice Sarkodie made on his radio interviews prior to the release of his album. He threw more light on some important points to note if one wants to be successful in Ghana’s music industry. He advised the young ones coming to “Keep your eyes on the goals, don’t follow anybody.”
But before I draw the curtains, would you ever put money in the hands of people you think have a lot already?
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