Multiple award winning Ghanaian rap artist and CEO of SarkCess Music, Michael Owusu Addo aka Sarkodie has expressed the willingness and readiness to record with another rap giant and member of music duo Bradez, Flowking Stone.
In an interview with NY DJ on Y102.5FM’s morning show ‘Ryse N Shyne’, Sarkodie disclosed such a project was long overdue.
And that the only impediment has been the time, which has not been the best friend of both parties.
Asked what he thinks of a collaboration with the Machine Gun hit maker especially after a feature with Strongman, Sarkodie revealed he has been working towards such a collaboration.
“Yeah, that has been what I have been working towards. If you ask any of the Bradez, from Okyeame Kwame down to Kunta. I have been trying to make that collaboration, but I don’t know may be, it’s because of timing and wherever we are.
If you ask Stone, I have been the one who has been on his neck that let’s work way back but I have not heard anything yet…”
In a bid to show how serious he is about the collaboration, Sarkodie disclosed he once sent an instrumental to Kuntakinte when he was on Legon campus to work on but had no response.
“I’ve always been ready. I even sent a beat when Kunta was in Legon. I went there, but I didn’t hear any feedback from them…..
I’m always ready for collaboration, but then I want the other party also to make a move to feel like yeah, they are. ”
Sarkodie is set to work on a new collaboration with Okyeame Kwame, elder brother to Bradez, which comprise of Kuntakinte and Flowking Stone.
On Saturday, September 12, 2015, Sarkodie released his fourth studio album ‘Mary’ which saw a massive turn out during the autograph signing at the West Hills Mall in Accra, Ghana.