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Sarkodie drops ‘No Pressure’, impressed fans say he'll be 'biggest African rapper in history’

Sarkodie has tapped artists like Vic Mensa, Giggs from the United Kingdom, Wale, and Cassper Nyovest from South Africa among others
Sarkodie  (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images)
Sarkodie (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images)

After teasing his fans for long, one of the top Ghanaian rappers Sarkodie finally dropped his brand new album called ‘No Pressure’ on Friday, July 30. The latest album is a follow-up to his much-acclaimed fourth studio effort ‘Highest’. The award-winning hip-hop artist took to Instagram to share the big news with his loyal fans while thanking all the artists who helped him finish this project.
Sarkodie has tapped artists like Vic Mensa, Giggs from the United Kingdom, Wale, Cassper Nyovest from South Africa, Oxlade from Nigeria, Harmonize from Tanzania, Kwesi Arthur and Darko Vibes from Ghana for his latest full-length album. The rapper was also in news recently when his counterpart Burna Boy sparked a new debate after he made a comment that he will put his money on rapper Nasty C over any American rapper during a recent Instagram Live session. This infuriated a lot of social media users as they claimed how could Burna Boy forget about legendary rapper Sarkodie. Speaking of new music, we will also see artists like Tyga, NLE Choppa, Isaiah Rashad, and the duo Silk Sonic dropping their respective new projects.
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Sarkodie drops fifth studio effort ‘No Pressure’

With over 450 million streams, Sarkodie is one of the biggest rappers from Ghana. The BET award winner’s new album is up for streaming on leading music platforms like Spotify and Apple Music. The Ghanaian rapper also dropped the entire album on his official YouTube account. His latest project is released via his own record label known as SarkCess Music.  The album ‘No Pressure’ is stacked with 15 songs where tracks like ‘Rollies and Cigars’, ‘Fireworks’ featuring Wale made waves amongst the listeners.  You can listen to the full album here.
Talking about the songs from the album, the tracklist of ‘No Pressure’ looks like:
1. ‘Rollies and Cigars’
2. ‘Vibration’ featuring Vic Mensa
3. ‘Round 2’ featuring Giggs
4. ‘Coachella’ featuring Kwesi Arthur
5. ‘Jaara’ featuring Medikal
6. ‘Married to the Game’ featuring Cassper Nyovest
7. ‘Anything’
8. ‘Fireworks’ featuring Wale
9. ‘Whipped’ featuring DarkoVibes
10. ‘Deserve My Love’
11. ‘Don’t Cry featuring’ Benerl
12. ‘My Love’ featuring Harmonize
13. ‘No Fugazy’
14. ‘Non Living Thing’ featuring Oxlade
15. ‘I’ll Be There’ featuring MOG Music




‘Sarkodie never flops on a beat’

Fans of Sarkodie erupted with joy as soon as his new album hit the Internet. Speaking on similar lines, one user stated, “Sarkodie must be studied as a Core Subject in Schools.” Another elated fan said, “What a time to be alive. God bless you king @sarkodie #NoPressureAlbum is larger than Jupiter.” Whereas, one user tweeted, “Sarkodie Never Flops On A Beat, He Is Very Consistent When He Flows.” One added, “Best Rap album yet...Guys let's do this for @sarkodie, let's do this for Ghana ,let's do this for Africa. This is going Global.”
The next one shared, “Sarkodie just showed we versatility on this album. wow!” One posted, “First time downloading a Sarkodie album.. Not disappointed! He really did it! King Sark Fire It’s Alright!” Meanwhile, another person praised the song ‘Rollies and Cigars’ saying, “Sarkodie ‘s Rollies and Cigars. Bars barrrrs barrrs.” One user added, “Sarkodie for take BET then go Grammy plus this album  #NoPressureAlbum” The next individual shared, “The intro, rollies and cigars, jaara, anything, don't cry.....chale I just can't choose my favourite.” While one fan concluded, “Sarkodie will reign as the biggest African rapper in history forever and ever.”