Rapper Edem has called on Ghanaian radio stations to “do more” for Sarkodie’s ‘Highest’ album. He is of the opinion that the album needs more rotation than it currently enjoys.
Early this week, the ‘Heyba‘ act commended his colleague for an amazing album, and made a plea to radio stations in Ghana to let the public hear more of the project.
“Ghana Radio PleAse do more for hiphop @sarkodie Album is an amazing hiphop Album…We wanna hear more (sic)” reads Edem’s tweet.
The ‘Highest‘ album was released on September 8, 2017.
The 18-track album features collaborations with Suli Breaks, Jesse Jagz, JaySo, Worlasi, Koredo Bello, Joey B, Victoria Kimani, and Runtown.
He claimed his daughter, Adalyn Owusu Addo (Titi) influenced his creativity and content on the album: “… even though she doesn’t understand a word of what I say, I had to be very self-conscious of what I say.”