‘Let Us Take It Easy On The New Crop Of Artists’ – Sarkodie Pleads With Ghanaians As He Makes Passionate Appeal

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Celebrated Ghanaian musician, Michael Owusu Addo, popularly called Sarkodie, is undoubtedly one of the most successful musicians in the country currently.

His exploits and achievements in the music space over the last decade are simply admirable and worth emulating.

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With his experience in the music space, I personally believe he has earned the right to offer some advice about the craft whenever he wants because he has seen it all and lived it as well.

Well, he took to his social media pages to offer some prudent advice and made a passionate appeal to Ghanaian music lovers as he spoke about the current crop of musicians trying to make a name in the music space locally and globally.

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He appealed to all music lovers to take their time when they are discussing issues that pertain to some of the flaws of the current crop of new artists who are coming up.

In his post, Sarkodie mentioned that at their time they had the opportunity to make mistakes and correct them behind the scenes, however, for the new crop of artists, that is not the case because of social media and other traditional media outfits.

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The ‘Country Side’ hitmaker added that this development has made it difficult for this new crop of musicians to hide their errors from the fans and as such, he believes music lovers must take it easy on them when they goof.

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