It’s been a couple years since Sarkodie released Black Love, an album that featured contributions from Maleek Berry, Rudeboy, Stonebwoy, Donae’O, Idris Elba, Tekno, and Mr Eazi, among others. Throughout the years, the Ghanaian singer has delivered a number of successful singles along with other artists such as E-40, M.anifest, Zlatan, and Moelogo.
The Ghanaian singer-songwriter kept the momentum going with his new LP No Pressure, a star-studded offering that includes collaborations with Vic Mensa, Giggs, Kwesi Arthur, Oxlade, Medikal, Cassper Nyovest, and more over 15 tracks. One of the biggest singles of the project was “No Fugazy,” “Coachella,” and “Vibration.”
One of the best offerings from No Pressure is “Fireworks,” which features Washington’s own Wale and finds both artists staying as open and honest as possible about themselves and their relationships:
A couple of months ago, Wale dropped off his latest tracks “Angles,” a Hitmaka, OG Parker, $K, and Lou Xtwo-backed nostalgic vibe alongside Chris Brown — before that, the veteran talent teamed up with Gunna (and an uncredited Young Thug) for the infectious drop “Flawed” back in November. Based on a social media post, one can assume that both songs will appear on Wale’s upcoming album Folarin 2, which is a sequel to his 2012 album Folarin. Wale’s last official album Wow… That’s Crazy, his 6th was released in 2019.
This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.