These past few days haven’t been well between the media and the composer of Free Press, Sarkodie. Most people in the media have said that Sarkodie could have expressed his opinion without hurting so many people with those lyrics he spit on the Busta Rhymes “Put your hands where my eyes can see instrumentals. The Final mixer of the […]
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I love this article, Jay Foley is very wise. I respect him for this. Read below in Jay Foley’s own words what he feels should be learnt from the emotions in the song… “Hi Jay Foley, here is an official invitation to you to be part of the MTV-EMA’s 2012 to be held in Germany” This was the first message […]
Some few days ago, we at GhJoy gave our comments on the words Shatta Wale and Sarkodie used on the media. In the article that was published with the caption, A Letter To Sarkodie And His Newly Found Lover, Shatta Wale., we made it clear to the public that we have no personal grudge with any of the mentioned […]
In an interview earlier today with Luv Fm in Kumasi, President Mahama was asked his opinions on the current state of music in the country, and specifically if he’s heard of rapper Sarkodie’s inflation ‘diss’ song towards him (You can listen below). Sarkodie yesterday released a record called “Inflation” in which he attacked President Mahama’s government and questioned whether […]
It Pays To Be Grateful – Ghana Online Writers Association Suspends Publications On Sarkodie – Until Further Notice
Now i guess i can be posting more about these Nigerian celebrities who respect my work not those saying we are fools and should go and work for MTV. I got this as a Press Release from my association and for some reasons i will post it because its about time blogging becomes expensive in Ghana like our own sister […]
It seems this year is full of letters from Sarkodie. After sending the media his first letter which he titled Free Press, the act has finally sent another letter to the government which he calls Inflation and was produced by Julz In this new letter, Sarkodie pointed out some of the things going wrong in the country and where […]