In a recent interview, Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie admitted that he has used songs to respond to various matters in the past, but there are certain topics he prefers not to engage with, as they may lead him to lose his composure.
Sarkodie explained that while he doesn’t shy away from addressing certain issues through his music, there are some topics that he dislikes discussing publicly because they may evoke strong emotions.
“This is not the first time I’ve done records to address certain issues, I don’t know but there are certain things I hate to feed into especially speaking about it because maybe I might lose my cool,” the Happy Day rapper said.
He highlighted the importance of choosing his words carefully, especially when it involves personal matters between two individuals.
Regarding his Diss Track in response to Yvonne Nelson’s memoir, “Try Me,” Sarkodie emphasized that he was not necessarily proud of releasing the track.
“I am not going sit here and say I am super proud of it, the thing is just in a moment how I felt whether be my truth there should have been a way you could have said it that’s why I don’t like to speak about it because this is a conversation between two people,” he pointed out.
However, at the moment, he felt compelled to express his truth and emotions through music.