Collaboration between Sarkodie and King Promise is comparable to that of a world-class football team with players who are aware of one another’s position unperturbed. Due to the reputation this partnership has, people actually do watch for it when the opportunity arises.
Sarkodie’s annual Rapperholic event is approaching in December, which is also just around the corner. Every year, Sarkodie releases a project before the event to create anticipation for his headlining performance.
An album titled “The Jamz” record will serve as the culmination of this year’s event. In order to generate interest in the event, several teasers have already been released.
The newest single from Sarkodie, “Labadi,” will be one of the tracks on the album. Ghanaian songwriter and vocalist King Promise is featured in the amapiano-inspired, rap-heavy song.
Recent collaborations between Sarkodie and K.O., Sefa, and Masterkraft demonstrate his command of the Amapiano genre. With the lead track from the JAMZ album, he continues to explore his affinity for the genre. King Promise, on the other hand, sings a wonderful hook with a melancholy, calming tone that properly connects with the listeners.
The song gains more weight in the official video, which Capone and Babs Direction shot between Greece and Ghana. The shots are detailed and sharp with incredible angles that depict what good living looks like.
Watch the video below.