Ghanaian rapper Strongman Burner has finally spoken after his leaving Sarkcess Music owned by rapper Sarkodie.
After Sarkcess Music exit and the brouhaha that followed, Strongman is speaking for the first time on reasons why he left.
According to Strongman, working with Sarkcess Music for two years was good at a time and rough at other times.
In an interview he granted Accra based TV station TV3, Strongman expressed his sentiments about working with Sarkodie.
Strongman spoke about the good and bad moments that led him not to extend his contract with his former label.
The rapper noted that Sarkodie’s brand is bigger so everything he did was underrated by the fans because they compared him to Sarkodie.
He admitted that with him and his boss doing the same music, there was no way people will see his efforts.
He stressed that the only way for people to see his talent and give him the needed accolades was for him to leave the label and be on his own.
Commenting on the good side of his stay with the label, Strongman admitted that his former boss Sarkodie invested greatly in his career.
He said the brouhaha that came following his exit was because some music lovers expected so much from his former label.
Strongman disclosed that he and Sarkodie still have the father and son relationship even though he is no more with the label.
Earlier this month, Sarkcess Music boss, Sarkodie announced that the label's rapper Strongman is no more with the label.
Sarkdodie revealed that Strongman had ended his two-year working contract with the team, a reason for his exit.
After the announcement, a tweet from Strongman generated an argument on social media concerning the rapper's time with Sarkcess Music.
While some social media users were applauding Sarkodie for assisting Strongman, others slammed Sarkodie as they claimed that he did not invest much in the young talent.
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