Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has announced a new release date for his forthcoming album ‘No Pressure’, and also apologised to his fans popularly called ‘Sark Nation’, for the delay.
On Monday, July 5, Sarkodie shared an emotional post on his Instagram accompanied with new details for his upcoming album ‘No Pressure’, which was set for release on Friday, July 9. Sarkodie mentioned that he needs more time to deliver the album the fans would deeply love and revealed the new date for the album. His writeup:
I know how excited you all are for my new album #NoPressue. That feeling inspired me every day in the studio to push myself and my songwriting to the limits. I’ve never been more determined to make an album that you’ll love deeply #NoPressure. To deliver the album that you all deserve, I need a little more time. There’s been a hold-up clearing some samples, that’s all.
The new release date is July 30, 2021.
Thank you all for your love and support. Sarkodie.
The ‘Coachella’ rapper further acknowledged the love of his Sark Nation, stating how he can’t thank them enough, and he also promised them new music. He wrote:
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
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