“Do You,” inquires Sarkodie in Eazi-assisted new single [ +VIDEO]

For “Do You,” the sophomore single off his Black Love album (due in coming months), Sarkodie taps Nigeria’s Mr. Eazi, and instrumentation by Guilty Beats. The wistful number, which...

For “Do You,” the sophomore single off his Black Love album (due in coming months), Sarkodie taps Nigeria’s Mr. Eazi, and instrumentation by Guilty Beats.

The wistful number, which recounts unfruitful love inquires of an old partner, “I just want to know: do you ever think of me anymore?”

Over two rap verses, Sarkodie admits missing a high connection that bared itself “Netflix and Chil” episodes, kissing to love songs by pop band Westlife, a concerted vision of growing old together etc.

A highly polished accompanying picture enacting delicate romance scenes in a glass house was directed by Capone And Guise of Visionniare Pictures.

“Do You” follows “Lucky,” released weeks ago and featuring Nigeria’s Rudeboy, is published under Sarkodie’s independent imprint, SarkCess Music.

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