The most decorated African rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, best known in showbiz as Sarkodie has on different occasions described his hit song Adonai as his biggest song of his music career.
His basis for this assertion is because of the feedback the song has given and continuous to give him since he dropped it and featured singer, Castro.
However, the original hit maker has disclosed that his colleague Castro, who he describes as a close friend even aside music was at loggerheads with him when they recorded the song. He added that he had no idea how Castro felt prior to recording the song.
Narrating what happened in an interview monitored by ghlinks.com.gh on Hitz Fm on Thursday, the rapper said he was billed to surprise UK rapper Chipmunk when he was due to perform in Ghana some years ago. He went to the venue only to see Castro also billed to perform before Chipmunk does. He was then asked by Castro to perform a song which they had together since he had showed up. He said he declined the request from Castro since he had not prepared to perform with anyone but Chipmunk, an act that hurt Castro very much.
Sarkodie explained that since that day, he called Castro many times but was always getting straight-forward replies from him and anytime he asked him to come so they work on something together, he would give an excuse to decline the offer.
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He said on the day he was recording Adonai, Castro showed up unexpectedly at the studio. He played the song to him and Castro loved it, the reason for dropping verses on the song, even with a straight face. After he had done so, he took him into his car and explained why he behaved steadily towards him (Sarkodie) and he apologized.
Sarkodie disclosed that he has about 7 unreleased songs with Castro and described him as the only person he ever got so close to in the music industry.