Sarkodie’s Black Album albeit not yet released has scored high marks from plaudits.
The album, which features an array of stars both local and international, is the first time Sarkodie has lumped several artists on his album.
However one notable absentee is Akwaboah, his former signee who is considered the best songwriter of his generation.
Sarkodie explained in an interview with Andy Dosty that he needs his former signees (Akwaboah and Strongman) as much as they need him to squash rumours that his relationship with them has deteriorated since they left his SarkCess record label.
“There are certain songs, even if I write, I just send it to Akwaboah, he will touch it up and change certain things. So, that relationship would never go because it’s more musical than just business.”
“We decided that Akwaboah does his stuff so that he can feel free to do whatever he wants. He doesn’t have to wait on my timing or the label’s to do what he wants,” he added.