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Sarkodie Advises Shatta Wale in new single ‘ My Advice’

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The phase of obvious artiste beef response has taken a new turn thanks to the ever increasing wisdom and creativity of award-winning rapper Sarkodie.

In a 3-minute, 4 seconds’ video, Sarkodie sits at the back of his MIC sipping a glass of champagne for the intro as he addresses comments leveled against him by colleague and if we are right to say (ex-friend) Shatta Wale, who in an interview last month With Kumasi based FM station LUV FM said that the likes of Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese are wallowing in poverty. His statement went viral on the internet after audios and videos of it circulated.

The Adonai rapper Sarkodie, who has over the years called on his colleague to stay cool and mindful of the things he says about other key players in the industry seem to have had enough of the insults and as a result has released ‘My Advice’ as a clap back to Shatta wale. The lyrics of the song opens with a caution of what the freestyle might cause, he raps, “Me on this beat e go cause you some damages…”

What fans of both parties might call ‘beef’ song, Sarkodie in his own words embedded in the rap lyrics says, ‘This no bi beef just stay and listen, me and you cool no crazy friction, but my frustration bi say am trying to move Ghana forward but am still babysitting.” The rapper also preached in his freestyle, urging artistes in Ghana to stay together and love one another, since the future of the industry looks promising.

“Confidence is when you are able to compliment people without feeling insecure, so if you feel say you got it no need to downplay the next man, wosuro no na fior…” Sarkodie quotes in freestyle.

Watch the full video below.




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