Sarkodie: Black Sherif phoned me at the last minute to participate on the Jamz record.
Award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, has revealed how break-out act, Black Sherif got onto the tracklist for his upcoming album, Jamz.The ninth track on the album, titled "Country Side," which will be released on Friday, features Blacko.
The album, which Sarkodie describes as every DJ’s best playlist, will be his eighth studio album. Ahead of the release, the ‘Non-Living Thing’ crooner has explained that he is only moved to collaborate based on conviction and barely reaches out to other artistes to get on his projects.
“If I want to do a song, it is rare that I would think that oh, this boy is the new hottest artiste I want to put him on,” he said.
Black Sherif was an example he cited on Accra-based 3 Music TV’s Breakfast Show, Culture Daily on Thursday.
“Big shoutouts to my superstar Blacko. Blacko hit me up last minute of this project, ‘Landlord I have to be on Jamz’. I said, pull up,” he added.
He also admitted that Black Sherif was a heavy influence on that particular song ‘Country Side’ and inspired its direction.
‘Jamz’ is a 10-track album and has nine artistes featured on it. Track two named ‘Confam’ is the only song that has no feature.
The lead song ‘Labadi’ which has already been released features artiste King Promise.
Other notable features include Oxlade, Cina Soul, Joeboy, BXBN, Kranium, Lojay and Ink Boy
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