Singer Akwaboah vows never to work with Sarkodie again

Singer Akwaboah vows never to work with Sarkodie again

- Akwaboah has opened up about the possibility of going back to work with his former label boss, Sarkodie

- He said he does not see himself going back to work with the rapper again

- Akwaboah also stated that he would want to do things his own way rather than going back to be under Sarkcess Music

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Talented Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Akwaboah, says there is no way he will ever go back to his former label, Sarkcess Music.

According to Akwaboah, he has moved on after working with the 'Highest' rapper Sarkodie and does not see himself going back to work with him again.

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In an interview on GBC Radio Central and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Akwaboah stated that he prefers doing things on his own rather than going back to be under the Sarkcess Music.

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“For now I would like to do so many things on my own rather than going back to be under the Sarkcess Music record label….So it’s forward ever."

Akwaboah was signed in 2016 unto Sarkcess Music, a record label owned by rapper Sarkodie. He left the label in 2019 to start his own label, Akwaboah Music.

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Though there were no reports of the two musicians having any misunderstanding, music lovers will not see Akwaboah and Sarkodie working together as label boss and signee ever again.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Addi Self, one of three members of the defunct SM Militants, has flaunted his new car on social media in a new video.

The video comes after Shatta Wale seized a car he bought for Joint 77 after the two clashed on radio on June 10.

Shatta Wale recently disbanded SM Militants made up of Natty Lee, Captan, Addi Self, and Joint 77.

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