‘New Guy’ By Sarkodie Feat. Ace Hood Finally Drops + What We Think About It! (LISTEN)

Rapper Sarkodie
Rapper Sarkodie

One of the things that recently gained media attention was the collaboration between Ghana’s finest rapper, Sarkodie and American rapper, Acehood.

At long last, the track by these two is out so at least our ears can take a short break from the hype.

Titled ‘New Guy‘, the track is not by anyway extraordinary from the many Hip hop songs we’ve been listening to. To be honest, it does not catch up with the degree of hype it received, knowing what Sarkodie is capable of doing.

For some reason, Sarkodie mentioned T.B Joshua and his Synagogue in there—as though that is his spiritual father. Sarkodie’s flow was ordinary and we think the beat did not probably help him as Ace Hood out-shined him if you listen to the two…

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Wanlov Slams Sarkodie For Lying about His Collaboration with Ace Hood

Last night, Ace Hood revealed to the world that Sarkodie has lied about his collaboration with him. And apparently, he (Sark) has been receiving a lot of flaks from Ghanaians for claiming the American rapper asked him for collaboration. Now fellow hiplife singer Wanlov the Kubolor has joined the bashing of Sarkodie on social media. … Read more

READERS’ MAIL: Sarkodie & His Team Have Proven to Be LIARS Who Throw Out Unnecessary Hype | From the False Akon Konvict Signing to Ace Hood Scandal

Sarkodie and Ace Hood
Sarkodie and Ace Hood

Dear Chris-Vincent,

When it comes to credibility in dealings, Sarkodie and his team have none left in the minds of Ghanaians and this is as a result of their constant search for some undeserving hype by blowing things out of proportion while lacing these things with LIES.

Do you still remember the Sarkodie and Akon issue?

We were in Ghana here when scores of media outlets including Sarkodie and his management threw dust into our eyes—claiming the artiste had been signed to Akon’s Konvict muzik. In fact, it later turned out to be a big lie as Akon only endorsed Sarkodie—nothing more than that.

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#DumsorMustStop Vigil: Sarkodie is A Prototype of Why Ghana is in A Mess | Individualism Over Nationalism

Sarkodie
Sarkodie

Far away in the South of France, Cannes, I read with disappointment that Ghanaian musician-Sarkodie who has been one of the strong pillars of the whole #DumsorMustStop vigil will not be partaking in the protest set to bring the plight of Ghanaians to the incumbent government over the unbearable power crisis.

Despite my disappointment—this was short lived and this is because, I know it’s typical of most Ghanaians to forfeit collective struggles or nationalism when such enterprises clash with their individual gains.

Apparently, Sarkodie is currently out of the country working with American rapper-Ace Hood and social media for some hours has been celebrating this as a great achievement—perhaps it is a career milestone but not when weighed against the fact that he let down a whole generation of followers whose collective interest is at stake to pursue his individual career goal.

On the face of it, ‘man must do whatever he has to in order to shine’ but deep down, it’s a reflection of the Ghanaian personality—somewhat confirming the hovering misconception that demonstrations in Ghana are staged by those who have nothing better to do with their time.

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