Sarkodie No Pressure OUT NOW!
Finally, the countdown for the much awaited “No Pressure” album from Ghana’s most-decorated and internationally recognised rapper Sarkodie is over. Sarkodie’s No Pressure is out today Friday July, 30 2021.
The ace rapper will unleash some exclusives of No Pressure on the virtual streaming platform, Ceek.
As it was disclosed in Sarkodie’s initial announcement, the heavyweight album is a project with production credit given the rapper himself and KJS Spio.
The album, comprising of 16 tracks featuring top artistes in Ghana and across the African continent.
The album also features multiple record producers whom without doubt, will spice up the rhythm with mind-blowing mixes and bars.
Already, the rapper has dished out two singles, “No Fugazy” and “Coachella” featuring Ghanaian ground up rapper, Kwesi Arthur.
The songs have received massive airplay and garnered great views from music lovers and fans around the world.
Below is the 16 tracklist from the album, No Pressure
- Rollies and Cigars produced by Kayso
- Vibration Ft Vic Mensa produced by Altranova
- Round 2 Ft Giggs produced certified Bangerz
- Coachella Ft Kwesi Arthur produced by MOG
- Jaara Ft Medikal produced by Altranova
- Married to the Game Ft Cassper Nyovest produced by Altranova
- Anything produced by Altranova
- Fireworks Ft Wale produced by Beatfreaks
- Whipped Ft Darko Vibes produced by MOG
- Deserve my Love produced by MOG
- Don’t Cry Ft Benerl produced by MOG
- My Love Ft Harmonize produced by MOG
- No Fugazy produced by Rexxie
- Non Living Things Ft Oxlade produced by Coublon
The official proposed date for Sarkodie’s No Pressure album was on July 07, but on the due date, the most influential rapper released a statement on his official Instagram page, proposing a new the date, July 30, 2021.
The rapper’s reasons in his statement was that he needed more time work on few things in order to produce excellent work suitable for his fans.
What’s your favourite song on the No Pressure Album and why? Drop your comments below
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