Africa’s most decorated rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, widely known as Sarkodie has signed a new deal that would make his fans own his song.

According to recent reports, the Ghanaian rapper whose controversial song Brag is still causing chaos within the Ghanaian and Nigerian music space, signed a deal with @opulousapp, which would allow a select group of fans to invest in his mixtape.

A few weeks ago, Sarkodie hinted this news to his fans on Twitter, saying he intends to give his fans the chance to be shareholders of his songs.

Per this new development, Sarkodie announced on Facebook thus;

“I’ve been wanting to do this for the longest because im blessed to have the best fan base in the world “SarkNation” . Thanks to @opulousapp for giving me the platform to give my fans the opportunity to own shares in my music. Myself and @opulousapp coming together to give away a good percentage of my new mixtape #TheChampionshipMixtape to “lucky” fans! you guys deserve this and more for the support you’ve shown me over the years . Next post will show how it’s gonna work ! Congrats in advance SarkNation and thank you”.

@opulousapp on their website said their vision is the fact that they “believe in a future where musicians keep control of the music they create and forge even deeper connections with their fans”.

Opulous is a music industry first, building game-changing music products and transforming how artists secure funding and share earnings with fans.


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