Sarkodie signs new deal with Sony Music Publishing UK | GhKings 2021
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Sarkodie signs new deal with Sony Music Publishing UK

Sark joins the Sony Music Publishing UK family

Sarkodie shortly after releasing his 6th studio album “No Pressure” has attracted a new sweet publishing deal with Sony Music, UK.

It all comes with hardwork and determination that is what Ghana’s favourite rapper is all about. Sarkodie dropped “No Pressure” last Friday (30 July) and it has been well received by fans and critics.

The album has since topped Apple Music Top Albums in Ghana upon release.

Listen Up: Sarkodie drops his 6th Studio album “No Pressure”

Today (2 August), the award-winning Ghanaian rapper signed a fresh publishing deal with the giant distribution company. Sarkodie joins the long list of global musicians like Ed Sheeran, The Beatles, Calvin Harris and our-very-own singer King Promise, under the auspices of 5K Records.

The sweet deal is to see the King of rap break even further across international shores.

However, in 2017 it was speculated that Sark had specifically signed the distribution with Sony Music UK for his 5th studio album “The Highest”.

We guess the deal has been refreshed and everything is looking sumptuous!

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Kudos to Sarkcess team!

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Sarkodie signs new distribution deal with Sony Music UK | GhKings 2021

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Sarkodie signs new distribution deal with Sony Music UK | GhKings 2021
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Written by Kingsley OB

Filmmaker and music enthusiast at GhKings.
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