Listen: Sarkodie explains his open letter song ‘Inflation’ to BBC

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20140827_154133Sarkodie explains to BBC’s Alice Muthengi his intention for his open letter song ‘Inflatin.’ The Rapperholic last week updated President Mahama the cries and worry of Ghanaians via song (Inflation). Whilst in London, Sarkodie was interviewed on BBC Africa’s Focus and he explained to the world why he composed the song. He explained that “I am a citizen so when something hits me I think I have the right to talk about it. Same way music listeners can criticise me when I go wrong.” Listen to the full interview below;
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