Rapper Michael Owusu Addo, better known by his stage name Sarkodie, from Ghana, has been in the headlines this week after reggae icon Samini declared that he will not record any songs with the rapper again since the rapper failed to include his verse on a song he provided over a decade ago.
D Black defended Sarkodie yesterday, complimenting the rapper for supporting him with a verse while he was in Kumasi for a concert.
Wendy Asiamah Addo, also known as Wendy Shay, a Ghanaian singer-songwriter and self-described music icon, has joined the defense team. While other A-list musicians are still sleeping on a song the singer gave them years ago, she appreciates Sarkodie for helping her put together a verse in less than two hours when she had just been in the music business for five months.
Taking to Twitter, wendy Shay wrote:
I released my first ever song on 1st June 2018… just 3 months in the industry I sent psalm 35 to @sarkodie 2 hours later he sent his verse,I still have 2 songs with a top GH Artist since 2020 and the person never do am. I wanna say thank u @sarkodie you are too kind
Source By BigTimezGH.com