Music executive and radio pundit, Mr Logic, has expressed criticism regarding Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie. The CEO of Red Panther Music revealed that despite multiple attempts, he faced challenges in getting Sarkodie to collaborate on songs he had written.
Mr Logic mentioned that despite his willingness to pay for a collaboration, the rapper did not respond to the verses he sent.
In a conversation with Andy Dosty on Hitz 103.9 FM, shared on Twitter, Mr Logic disclosed, “I was ready to go the business way. I was ready to make an offer but Angel told me Sarkodie does not care about the money.”
Mr Logic mentioned offering $10,000 for a collaboration and even sought assistance from DJ Mensah to connect with Sarkodie. However, despite the effort, the collaboration never materialized, leaving Mr Logic disappointed.
Expressing his frustration, Mr Logic emphasized his extensive experience in the industry, spanning two decades both in Ghana and abroad. He highlighted his role in the industry when Sarkodie first gained prominence, asserting his right to feel disappointed in this situation.
This incident is not the first time an artist has raised concerns about Sarkodie allegedly neglecting collaboration requests.
Other artists, including Freddie Meiway, Kwaw Kese, Edem, Samini, Yemi Alade, Dee Money, E.L, and Sherifa Gunu, have previously voiced similar complaints about Sarkodie’s behavior.