“We wanted him to go global,” Akon says of Sarkodie’s signing in 2010.

"We wanted him to go global," Akon says of Sarkodie's signing in 2010.
“We wanted him to go global,” Akon says of Sarkodie’s signing in 2010.

Konvict Music chief, Akon has uncovered that his name had marked Sarkodie however exercises arranged couldn’t work out as expected because of individual contrasts between them.

He expressed in a new meeting that plans must be ended when the name understood that the rapper had picked to head one more path which was in logical inconsistency to what the agreement had revered.

In a new meeting with Ghanaian Twitter powerhouse Kalyjay, Akon expressed that Sarkodie was the primary craftsman his name endorsed on the landmass.

He added that Sarkodie was endorsed during a time where specialists in Africa were not effortlessly associated when they endorsed on to unfamiliar marks.

“For had plans of making him greater and set him on a worldwide scale yet sadly he had an alternate thought and needed to zero in on Ghana and that really worked for him,” he expressed.

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Akon expressed ostensibly that assuming Sarkodie had stuck to the script, he would have been a worldwide craftsman adding that in spite of not having the option to land an arrangement with the rapper they actually connected him to individuals who he said could shape his profession.

Insight about rapper Sarkodie marking on to the Konvict Record Label acquired noticeable quality on the different media stages in the country in 2010 yet there was a touch of frustration when nothing was known about the respectable marking.

The Tema-based rapper anyway demonstrated in a meeting on Tim Westwood that there was no marking but instead a support.