Hammer Reveals Sarkodie’s Desire To Concentrate More On English Rap Than Vernacular

Rapper Sarkodie’s decision to concentrate more on English in his music has been explained by renowned Ghanaian music producer Edward Nana Poku Osei, also known as Hammer.

According to the producer, rapping in English broadens an artist’s audience and may result in more earnings.

Hammer made the argument that rapping in a language other than English can limit an artist’s audience.

Hammer stated that Sarkodie’s move to English rap might advance his career and financial success in an interview with Kwame Dadzie on Joy FM.

Singing vernacular is more commercially viable than rapping since songs contain melodies, whereas rap is mostly driven by beats and lyrics. Therefore, the main argument of this is that Sarkodie has experienced hardship. He had to go on since vernacular rap will confine you, which is why he changed into an English rapper.

He has thus far achieved success with his new album, ‘No Pressure.'” That English rap was insane. I never even considered Sarkodie to be so proficient at rapping in English. He said, “I was really, really amazed.

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