Michael Owusu Addo popularly known in showbiz as Sarkodie, aka "Kabutey" is perhaps the most biggest rapper in Ghana currently. The "hand to mouth" hitmaker always keep fans wondering as to what his next move would be, Sarkodie was the talk of town some few months ago when he was seen flaunting some expensive gold slugs, the video caused massive reaction on social media via Twitter and fans wondered why the award winning rapper had those gold caps fixed on his teeth.
Few hours ago, the "hasta la vista" hitmaker released a short introductory video dubbed "No Pressure". Report indicates Sarkodie released the short video to announce his upcoming music album dubbed "No Pressure ". In the short video, the rapper was seen flaunting his gold slugs and the video has caused a massive stir on Twitter thus fans labelling the talented rapper as the best in Ghana.
Fans have been heaping praises on the rapper for investing in his craft and taking his brand to a new level. Sarkodie's upcoming music album is set to be released on June 9, 2021. Check out the video on Twitter and judge for yourself if the "anadwo" hitmaker deserves all the praise he's been receiving.
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