Sarkodie’s Rejected Songs Can Make An Upcoming Artist Blow In A Year – Possigee

Award winning Ghanaian music engineer  Awal Alhassan popularly known as Possigee has shared an insight into rapper Sarkodie’s work ethics.

The go to engineer who has since 2006 recorded over 200 mixtapes and several other commercially succesful songs for the SarkCess Music CEO   in an exclusive interview with NY DJ revealed Sarkodie has several songs he seem not to care about anymore due to the rate at which he works.

The engineer who avails himself anytime for Sarkodie  anytime revealed this was because the rapper found it comfortable working with him and also understood the right vibe to bring the best out of the artist.

Speaking on BTM Afrika, Possigee said;

  He can call me around 2 or 3am to record. He has a studio in his house but I’m   still the only person who records him. He finds the comfort  in recording with me because I know the vibe  and kind of energy he needs in the studio to record.

Reacting to Sarkodie’s  comment of Possigee being an ‘Angel’ and having in his   custody most of his unreleased  songs, Possigee said;

Yes, That’ very true.  If he should get his song to  an upcoming artist to use,  the artist should blow  within 6 months to a year.  I mean the songs he rejected.

Asked why Sarkodie would reject and abandon some songs, Possigee said

Sarkodie likes to work on new things.  He can record today, decide to release the song and  later decide to record another one. His work ethics is  like that between Will I Am and Michael Jackson. He always wants to record more.

Sarkodie in a recent tweet extolled Possigee  saying I Don’t Know How I Can Survive Without This Man.

Watch Possigee’s exclusive interview from below.