The Sarknation President, Sarkodie, is gradually carving a new path for himself aside from his rapper career.
At this year’s Party in the park, Sarkodie didn’t only perform as a rapper but also was given the creative director position.
In a recent interview flyer, the rapper was described as a creative entrepreneur and not a rapper. This makes it clear that the rapper is gradually carving this new niche for himself.
Happy Day and 5 Most Popular Sarkodie Songs of All Time
Sarkodie released Happy Day with Kuami Eugene in 2020, just prior to the big elections that year to choose Ghana’s next President.
Happy Day caused a massive stir as it contained some politically charged lyrics of Sarkodie seemingly endorsing the NPP.
He denied it, but his lyrics were very clear. Kuami Eugene also revealed he had no idea the song contained such political lyrics.
We didn’t know back then but the controversial Happy Day has become Sarkodie’s most popular song of all time, according to research carried out by GhanaCelebrities.Com.
We’ve gathered Sarkodie’s most searched songs on Google utilising search data to map out his most popular singles/albums ever.
Sarkodie with Kuami Eugene’s great work on Happy Day won comfortably.
Check below King Sarkodie’s most popular songs of all time according to Google search data.
5 Come Back
Sarkodie featured British-Nigerian singer /songwriter, Mohammed Animashaun better known by his stage name, Moelogo on Come Back.
Sarkodie released the song at the start of 2021, produced by MOG Beatz.
The duo also recorded a video for the banger which you can watch below…
Come Back generates 5,400 monthly searches on Google.
4 No Fugazy
Sarkodie teamed up with Nigerian producer Rexxie for this 2021 banger No Fugazy (Drip 101).
This release followed quickly on the heels of Come Back, which is No.5 on this list.
No Fugazy generates 6,400 estimated monthly searches on Google.
3 Sarkodie ft Kwesi Arthur Coachella
Sarkodie and Kwesi Arthur turned the country upside down after combining their talents on Coachella.
The song was an instant banger and took the entire country by storm.
Coachella remains a mega hit to this day, another testament to the genius of Obidipobidi.
The song generates an estimated 7,000 monthly searches on Google.
2 Sarkodie No Pressure
Sarkodie’s 7th studio album, No Pressure, is his second most searched work on Google.
No Pressure contains amazing tracks such as Coachella and No Fugazy, both on this list, as well as Rollies and Cigars.
No Pressure garners 7,600 monthly searches on Google.
1 Sarkodie Happy Day ft Kuami Eugene
Sarkodie and Kuami Eugene killed it on Happy Day, and it remains Sark’s most searched song to this day.
The song garners an incredible 18,000 monthly searches on Google, making it Sarkodie’s most popular song of all time by far, according to search data collated by GhanaCelebrities.Com.
The contents and creators you follow determines who you are- Kwame Motion
The use of social media has affected users in so many diverse ways. Contents that’s are shared on social media these days can either impact positively and negatively you.
It is believed that social media has made a positive impact in people’s lives people get jobs through social media, but users have been cautioned against its negative impacts and this has got to do with the contents and content creators they follow.
I believe whatever content I put out there either on my YouTube channel, Facebook or Instagram page has an influence on those who follow me, and thus I am very cautious about the content I put out there.
My followers are my community and I am the leader, so I need to know that, these people are following me so what content I’ m I giving them? Where are you directing them? Because anything you put up there goes a long way to affect them.”
There is a philosophy in Ghana that Negative Content travels than positive content, I don’t believe that philosophy exits, the main point is how you put out the positive content and who are you targeted audience? I always Put my followers first and I get time to observe the type of insight and comment I get on each.
We are in a global village and we have a lot people are watching from afar. Whenever I get the chance to discuss about the digital world with my friends, I always advise them that there should be mindful of the kind of pictures and video they put out there, these content you put out there can go a long way and have an impact on your life.
Just the same way when you see Social Media Influencers Like Nana Aba Namoah, Zion Felix, Kwadwo Sheldon, Kobby Kyei, Kaly Jay, Ameyaw Derah and my self you become happy you can also start with just a single follower. Just set a Goal, Stay Focused, Be Consistent, Put Good and Healthier Content Out There as time goes on big brands will start looking for you to be their Influencer or Ambassador, start with the little medium you have, when people see the quality of your content, they will start following you.
Remember, your followers are your community and you are the leader, be focused and feed them with positive contents.
Kwame Motion (Blogger)
5 facts to know about Sarkodie’s ‘No Pressure’ album;
He is arguably Ghana’s biggest music export, and the most awarded artiste in the country
Every project the ‘Coachella’ rapper drops come with a lot of fanfare, and rightfully so
In this piece, we will present the right facts as they are;
Ghanaian artiste, Sarkodie’s much-awaited “No Pressure” album, has finally been released. As expected, it is ruling the charts and the trends around the world.
It has been a few hours since the release, and the reviews are pouring in from music heads, and folks who have something to say about the album.
Here are some things to know about the latest project from arguably Ghana’s most awarded artiste.
1. “No Pressure” is Sarkodie’s seventh studio album since he debuted on the Ghanaian mainstream music scene. The previous projects are ‘Makye,’ ‘Rapperholic,’ Sarkology,’ ‘Mary,’ ‘Highest’ and ‘Black Love.’
2. The album is a 16-track album and features Vic Mensa (United States of America), Giggs (United Kingdom), Kwesi Arthur (Ghana), Medikal (Ghana), Cassper Nyovest (South Africa), Wale (United States of America), Darkovibes (Ghana), Benerl (Ghana), Harmonize (Tanzania), Oxlade (Nigeria) and MOG (Ghana.)
3. The album was executive produced by Sarkodie (known professionally as Michael Owusu Addo) and KJ Spio. It was released on Sarkodie’s imprint, SarkCess Music.
4. It was initially scheduled to be released on Friday, July 9, 2021, but was pushed to Friday, July 30, 2021, because of sample issues.
5. “No Pressure” follows his previous project “Black Love” which was released some two years ago in 2019.
What are the collaborators on the album saying? “Thank you. Shout out to King Sark for giving me a platform to talk my sh*t. We need to shoot a crazy video for that joint cause it’s African Hip Hop Royalty. #NoPressureAlbum #NoPressure,” posted Nyovest.
Credit: Yen Ghana
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