Sarkodie gets into the studio, to record what he calls ‘Free Press’, ostensibly a young man’s frustrations over the many ills of the industry.
He gets overly emotional and aggressive, and throws jibes meant for persons he says do not know half of his story but criticise him.
In his attempt to justify his choice of theme, and composition, he heads straight for the lack of appreciation of his toil and efforts by industry persons.
He also make claims about how the media have not been supportive but only interested in tweeting about his successes.
By: Naa DeiDei Plange/enewsgh.com