Ghanaian heavyweight rapper and entrepreneur, Michael Owusu Addo, known professionally as Sarkodie has a new message for his fans on his new track “Brown Paper Bag”.

The song, released on June 18, same day the rapper arrived in Ghana with his family, features “God MC” rapper Manifest. It talks about the ills of racism and the erosion of the blackman’s culture which is tagged bad.

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The song became a hit receiving a warm welcome from fans and the social media fraternity with several people comparing who did better with his bars than the other. 

Reacting to the comparisons, Sarkodie has asked fans to desist from rating the “bars and lyrics”. The rapper said he understands the “feeling” of wanting to compare and contrast but he reiterated that the world is not in normal times and the message of the song is more important than comparisons.

“I understand Rap fans feeling the need to rate bars and lyrics on this record but on God this ain’t about all of that … we in serious times and the message is very important… big up @manifestive #BrownPaperBag,” Sarkodie tweeted.

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The highly decorated rapper was stranded abroad with his family for almost three months due the Coronavirus lock down. He returned this week following the Government of Ghana’s initiative to evacuate Ghanaians stranded abroad.

 

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