Multiple award winning ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo known in show business as Sarkodie says he does music for himself.
The rapper in an interview with "One Play Africa" reveals.
According to Sarkodie, a lot of ghanaian artistes fell off in the industry by listening to negative comments by people. He said ghanaians can say a lot of stuffs about an artiste that can break down the artiste if he or she is not strong enough.
Sarkodie said ghanaians are supportive but in some ways ghanaians are not supportive. To him the support is "50, 50".
"Obi anbo m'abaso ah mea mebo me trumpet", Sarkodie said he does not take his endorsement from human.
The rapper also said he performs at free shows with the same energy like he performs at sold out events. Whether fans scream or not he does it for himself. He has a legacy to build and more importantly family to feed so he can't feed into anyone's energy.
He further stated that ghanaians are supportive but he has to work hard to earn the support.
Watch the interview below
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