Michael Owusu Addo, best known as Sarkodie has yet released another track off his ‘No Pressure’ Album. Within 2 hours of releasing the new track (No Fugazy’), his YouTube page records over 73 thousand views.
Although many are obviously enjoying it, one man actually took to social media to register his disappointment in the track. According to him, the song is ‘wack.’ In other words, the work of Ghana’s well-decorated rapper doesn’t meet the best standard.
Sark Nation member didn’t spare the guy at all. They literally descended on him and called him incompetent and the fact that he is not fit to judge such a song considering his poor outfit and standard of living. Check out what they said:
The video is out and many love it. Well, I love the video. It’s clean and worth watching repeatedly. However, the song itself didn’t move me. I mean it didn’t sweep me off my feet. Sarkodie has raised the bar of Ghana music and so we always expect something unique from him.
What I listened to wasn’t that mind-blowing. Well, I will keep my other reservations for the impending album. Perhaps I will be shocked.
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