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I Would Rather Collaborate With Young Artists Than To Sign Them – Sarkodie Reveals (Video)

Sarkodie has revealed that he has no intention of signing any new artist on his record label for now but would rather give them the exposure they seek by featuring them on his projects.

Recall, the last person to be signed on the label was Strongman Burner. For some reason, he parted ways with the record label and now moves independently.

Strongman during an interview on TV3’s New Day revealed that he will only be willing to go back to SarkCess Music if it involves a huge amount of money because he has upgraded his brand.

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Speaking in a recent space interview with the Twitter influencer, KalyJay, Sarkodie revealed that there are a lot of areas and preparations involved in signing an artist on his label.

According to Sarkodie, when he signs an artist, he wants to put in his resources and efforts in promoting the new artist.

He said that the current state of the entertainment industry in Africa makes it difficult for one to sign an artist so it will be better for him not to attempt signing anyone for now but rather, he would feature them on his projects in order to give them the hype they need to elevate their career.

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He revealed that most of the artists he featured on his “No Pressure” album will appear in most of the music videos he is about to shoot so Ghanaians can also appreciate their craft and independent brands.

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