Rapper Sarkodie has announced he is moving to Nigeria by the close of this week to promote his new album ‘No Pressure’.
In a tweet, the rapper mentioned he will be in Nigeria by Thursday. He went ahead to state it has been a while he went there.
Some weeks back, Sarkodie kept the momentum going with his new LP No Pressure, another star-studded affair that contains collaborations alongside Vic Mensa, Giggs, Kwesi Arthur, Oxlade, Medikal, Cassper Nyovest, and more over 15 tracks. The project was led by the singles “No Fugazy,” “Coachella,” and “Vibration.”
Another standout from No Pressure is the genre-bending offering “Fireworks,” which features D.C.’s own Wale and sees the artists keeping it real about both themselves and their relationships with others:
The Sarkodie we hear in his latest offering, No Pressure, is one at the top of his game. Legacy secure, he still goes just as hard as the battle-rapping Tema youth of his early days. It’s all there in his instantly recognizable voice, staccato flow patterns, and, of course, his spellbinding punchlines.
No Pressure is a diverse project bolstered by an army of guest stars: Sarkodie goes bar for bar with Giggs on “Round 2,” recruits Vic Mensa for an anthemic hook on the victorious “Vibration,” and shares confessions of vulnerability with the silver-tongued Oxlade on “Non-Living Thing.” Traversing introspective hip-hop, Afrobeats, and R&B, Sarkodie summons raw emotion for any genre and any arrangement.
No Pressure speaks to Sarkodie’s formidable craft and incredible progression. Six albums and countless accolades in, he’s laid the blueprint for African rap. And it’s thanks to his stride that a new generation of African rappers can enter the world stage.
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