My Songs Are Not Political, They Speak To Governance

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Popular Ghanaian Rapper Michael Owusu-Addo popularly known as Sarkodie has said his songs are not targeted at politicians as being speculated in some quarters.

The rapper has in recently come under critisms over his seeming silence over recent  development in the country especially on the 2022 Budget statement.

Speaking on Asaase FM Friday(24 December) Sarkodie said his song relates to governance but not personalities.

“The questions you are asking me Iam inspired , I feel  like I want to do something, it is not because it is targeted at somebody “When I said Aban (government) , in my head wether you believe or not , I know the political ears dont hear it like that, If I say Aban, it is anybody who is in governance, so at that point if it happens to be you my boss then it is going to be directed to you.”

“…That some song relates today, ….but then they want to play politics and go like Sarkodie you have to to speak about this person , I wasn’t speaking about anybody , I was speaking about governance , I dont do music for clout, I play music because I feel like it.”

“I will not wake up because I want to trend, I dont do that , I dont need to do that, so  a song like Happy Day, if you listen to what I was saying of course I wont rule out the fact that it was going to be controversial because it was election year,” he said.

Source: asaaseradio.com

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