“Black Excellence”, Sarkodie’s new Nova-produced record, is a sobering spiel on priorities and the “African mentality.”

Like he’s done on previous songs (see “Hand to Mouth”), the rapper’s fearlessly stinging evaluation of our land and the habits of its people, is intended to be a wake up call for the youth especially, not to succumb to the pressures of having to impress, but rather, to been keen on investing their resources, and put in the required work.

For people in governance, he has a few choice words —on greed, selfishness, and the overall wickedness that informs the inflation of budgets, and startling frivolity despite the nation’s endless natural resources.

Like many citizens, the SarkCess man longs for a better Ghana, and is committed to doing his bit — it is what has buoyed his ardent social commentary over his career; his desperate desire to help transform the mindsets of young Ghanaians, and demand more accountability from those to whom it our resources have ben entrusted.

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