The Ghanaian rap god, Sarkodie, finally responds to E.L’s collaboration issue.
Michael Owusu Addo, professionally known as Sarkodie, is a Ghanaian hip hop recording artist and entrepreneur from Tema.
The musician E.L, in an interview posited that every attempt made to reach out to the Ghanaian rap god for collaboration has not been unsuccessful.
In an interview, Elorm Adablah commonly known as E.L said, he cannot specifically point out what’s preventing hip-life artiste from returning his calls as well as text messages.
However, if there’s an unseen feeling of hostility between the master of rap music, Sarkodie and himself, E.L stated categorically that there’s nothing like that or whatsoever per the dictate of his conscience.
Sarkodie drops a freestyle on American rapper, Jaden Smith’s ‘Icon’ jam. A critical analysis of the lyrical content of the freestlye answered E.L’s unfortunate collaboration issue.
A pick out of the song reads, “mo fake suban nti, ano dey like calls picking” to reasoning, “because of your fake character, I don’t like answering your phone calls”.
Now, if this controversial verse employed by Sarkodie is anything to go by, then its clear E.L needs to reexamine his character perhaps he’s fake as perceived by SarkCess Music CEO, Sarkodie.