Kofi Mole, a Ghanaian rapper and singer whose actual name is Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah, has expressed gratitude to Sarkodie for his help early in his career.
Sarkodie did help him in the early stages of his career, he said in an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM.
Doing freestyle with Sarkcess Music’s boss, Michael Owusu Addo, was a career booster for the Ghanaian musician, according to him.
Sarkodie’s tweets of his songs, according to Kofi Mole, were also pretty valuable and quite helpful.
Moving forward, the Ghanaian artist expressed his dissatisfaction with the lack of unity among musicians in the industry.
When Nana Romeo questioned him how united the industry was, he said, “Very united.”
“Although there is a mood when we meet together and do stuff,” the Ghanaian sensation said, “I feel like there is no collective body uniting the entire music industry.”