Ghanaians mentioned it, and presently rapper Sarkodie, real name Michael Owusu, has given them what they need — a song scrutinizing the organization and tending to the country’s monetary hardships.
A song written to censure the wavering New Patriotic Party has a spilled passage that highlights rapper Sarkodie.
In the wake of getting rehashed analysis from NDC allies for claiming not to see the battles Ghanaians are confronting, King Sark, who has been quiet for quite a while, chose to enter the studio and do what he excels at (represented the majority through music).
He communicates his disappointment at how the public authority is running the nation and makes inconspicuous pokes at President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo’s organization.
Sarkodie discussed political vigilantism, the “no work condition” in the nation, and degenerate pioneers that drive the economy into a trench with their inefficient spending in the song.
He praised Dr. KWAME Nkrumah, the country’s most memorable pioneer, and expressed his passing was an incredible misfortune on the grounds that succeeding pioneers had just brought Ghana in reverse.
This will be Sarkodie’s most memorable song to talk about issues in the country under the authority of Akuffo Addo. To remark on recent developments, he distributed three songs: The Economy, Inflation, and Dumsor while John Mahama was president.