Sarkodie Consoled Fans In Kumasi After Postponing ‘No Pressure’ Album Release
The SarkCess Music record label boss and the leader of SarkNation, Sarkodie has consoled his fans in Kumasi by putting together a show for them after postponing the release date of his ‘No Pressure’ album.
Sarkodie moments ago revealed that after a careful review with his team, they have come to the conclusion of postponing his much-anticipated ‘No Pressure’ album due to some reasons best known to him.
The rapper slated July 9th, 2021 at the initial date for the album release and was due to hold the album release party in the Basement Nite Club in Kumasi but after a review, has rescheduled the release date to July 30th, 2021.
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The ‘Baby’ hitmaker in the announcement didn’t state whether the album release party will still be held in Kumasi but to console his fans who have already booked their seat for the event, the rapper has decided to go on with the party in the city even though the album has been pushed back.
He also revealed that despite the circumstances involved with the album release, he will be dropping new music come this Friday.
Been very difficult to break this news but very necessary. I Love the energy SarkNation can’t thank you enough please let’s keep Same till then … New music Friday tho … And we still turning up in Kumasi this weekend #NoPressureAlbum