Sarkodie, also known as the 'Highest', has become a top-rated lyricist when it comes to music makers who are respected in Ghana.
He is one microphone controller who has been on numerous collaborative tunes and done justice to them with his rap bars.
However, the number of songs he has recorded with the old Ghanaian music legends are countable.
In an interview on the Hammer Time radio program, he gave Ghanaians a tip off regarding a song he has not yet made available to the public.
In a particular section of the radio discussion, the host of the program asked him why he usually fails to pick up his calls whenever they reach out to him for chitchat.
Sarkodie made it clear his phone doesn't have notifications, so he usually doesn't see the calls he missed when he comes back to check it.
After that confession, the person hosting the show, made a hilarious comment and compared his attitude to Daddy Lumba.
https://youtu.be/fNeMOKm1kL0 (fast-forward 28:11-29:05)
Upon hearing Daddy Lumba's name, Sarkodie revealed he has a tune with the hi-life legend. However, it is not out for public hearing.
During his narration on the studio session of that particular song, he said he had to place a phone call to him(Lumba) on several occasions to be sure they will be recording the tune.
I believe this is good news to all music fans because Lumba and Sark are two very talented musicians who belong to different music generations.
Music lovers who have been following the trend for the past few years, have always been waiting for something of this sort, hence hearing a joint verse from them will definitely satisfy their curiosity.
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