Ghanaian rapper Strongman who was signed by Sarkodie at the beginning of his rap journey has made a new revelation about the challenges he went through during his time at Sarkcess Music. He stated that, Sarkodie had to get investors before signing him and his colleague, Akwaboah.
He said, Sarkodie taking care of them with his own money wasn't easy for him. The young rapper made it clear that, Sarkodie is someone who likes expensive shirts, he lives expensive life, takes care of his family, and has a lot of responsibilities. So, Sarkodie was not finding it easy to take care care of them as they expected.
Strongman was grateful for Sarkodie'ss effort to push him to the highest level in his music career.
He further mentioned that life is smooth for him after leaving Sarkcess Music and therefore thanks God for guiding him.
The rapper has release his new song titled 'Nhyira' featuring Akwaboah which is currently trending number three on Twitter. The Young rapper made these revelations during his radio tour that aims at promoting his newly released song.
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