Ghanaian prolific and celebrated musician of our time, known in real life as Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has finally revealed to his loving fans why he couldn’t shoot a music video for one of his best song ‘Brighter Day’ which bears all the traits of a hit song, featuring Obrafour and Akwaboah.
The Brighter Day song which took Sarkodie into new heights in his career, was one of the song Sarknatives are still waiting for the visuals for it, and Sarkodie has Reacted to it.
In an exclusive interview of Sarkodie with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, which was monitored by Sarkodiegh.com, Sarkodie was asked by the host why he couldn’t shoot a Music video for that song.
The ‘NO Pressure’ hitmaker was surprised and made it known that, he even sometimes doesn’t understand why that happened.
” I do a lot of songs, and I know a video of Brighter Day would have been dope. Another song I never shot video I even don’t understand my self was Mary”, he said.
He continued, “Sometimes it happens, you produce so many quality music and shooting videos for all them become a problem. With the type of quality and the deep details I always want to get behind my video, It’s not too late for me to shoot the video”, he said.
Sarkodie’s ‘Brighter Day’ song featuring Akwaboah and Obrafour was very huge, in which he received massive applauds from people from all spheres of life. The song
connects with the inner self, inspiring a sense of self belief and an appreciation of oneself. This helps trigger positive motive to take action and achieve what one dreams to achieve.
Judging from the song’s lyrics, it is easy to conclude it’s Sarkodie’s best song so far; after all, what is better in this life than the feeling of contentment and high spirits, which ‘Better Day’ preaches and fans still can’t wait for the video.
Sarkodie who has always remained a HipHop sensation, not only in Ghana, but Africa as a whole is still working very hard even at the top level of his career. His talent coupled with hard work and mad energy, makes him a beast on the MIC. This contrasts his humble nature as a person, off-stage. He wouldn’t even hurt a fly.
Watch the interview video below: