Sarkodie, Ghana's most famous rapper, has announced the release of his seventh studio album, named 'Jamz'.
The 10-song album, which will be published on November 11th, includes nine duets with prominent African performers and one solo song.
Sarkodie's Jamz contains King Promise, Cina Soul, Oxlade, Joeyboy, BNXN, Lojay, and Cranium, but Ghanaians are most thrilled about track 9 "countryside", which features Black Sherif.
In an interview with Ghana's 3 Music Network on Thursday, the "Coachella" hitmaker explained how breakout talent Black Sherif landed on the tracklist for his new album, Jamz.
According to him, he is only inspired to cooperate out of conviction and seldom approaches other artists about working on his projects.
"If I want to perform a song, it's uncommon that I think, well, this guy is the next hottest artiste, I want to put him on", he explained.
The rapper described Blacko as the last-minute addition to the project.
"Many thanks to my superstar Blacko." 'Landlord, I have to be on Jamz', Blacko texted me last minute for this assignment. "I told you to pull up", he continued.
Ghanaians have been waiting for the huge collaboration between Black Sherif and Sarkodie, and it is now here.
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