Ghanaian radio personality, Frankie Taylor has asserted that the recent most-trended album dubbed “No Pressure” was poorly programmed and lacks dynamism.
Sarkodie dropped another masterpiece in the early hours of yesterday to thrill his fans one more time before his next project.
The long-awaited album that was released yesterday has received accolades from the fans of the rapper on social media as well as other music lovers as others shower praises on some of the artists he collaborated with on some songs off the album.
Wale, Vic Mensa, Giggs, Cassper Nyovest, Harmonize, Kwesi Arthur, Benerl, Darkovibes, Medikal, Oxlade, and MOG Music are among the eleven (11) musicians that have contributed to the ‘No Pressure’ album.
Kojo Farinella, Kayso, Altranova, Certified Bangers, MOG, BeatFreaks, Rexxie, Coublon, and Kaywa all contributed to the production of the “No Pressure” album. KJ Spio and Sarkodie served as executive producers.
In reaction to the released album, Sarkodie’s ‘No Pressure’ album songs are subpar, static, and poorly programmed, according to Frankie Tylor in an interview on Angel Fm with Ike de Unpredictable where he named 8 out of the 16 songs on the ‘No Pressure’ album.
According to him, Sarkodie’s knowledge in the industry does not entitle him to churn out poorly designed songs for public consumption, as he did with the album “No Pressure.”
He, therefore, advised Sarkodie to boost his game and hire a seasoned programmer in his forthcoming songs and albums, else he might lose his relevance in the industry.
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