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Sarkodie Reveals Secret Recording of “Try Me” Song: ‘My Team Was Not Aware’

Ghanaian rap sensation Sarkodie has recently divulged an interesting detail about his hit track “Try Me,” which was directed towards actress Yvonne Nelson following allegations made in her memoir that she was impregnated by the rapper. In a candid conversation with Angela Yee, former host of Breakfast Club, Sarkodie disclosed that he kept the recording of “Try Me” a secret from his team.

The award-winning rapper confessed that he intentionally sneaked into the studio to record the song without his team’s knowledge. Contrary to popular belief, his team was not involved or supportive of his actions. Sarkodie revealed that he was on tour when the controversy arose, and instead of seeking advice from his team, he preferred to follow his heart and express his emotions through music.

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“I sneaked into the studio to even record this, I didn’t let anybody hear it because I didn’t want to hear any advice, I just literally wanted to do what I felt at that point and face the consequences later on,” Sarkodie explained during the interview.

The revelation comes as a surprise to many fans who assumed that Sarkodie’s team was aware and supportive of his decision to address the issue through music. However, the rapper’s actions demonstrate his commitment to expressing his feelings and emotions authentically without external influences.

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Following the release of “Try Me,” the song quickly made headlines and created a buzz on social media. Sarkodie admitted that he received numerous phone calls, but interestingly, one call he expected, which would have been from his lawyer, did not come in as he anticipated.

While the rapper acknowledges that he may not be entirely proud of his response in the heat of the moment, he stands by his decision to follow his instincts and record the song without any external input.

Sarkodie’s revelation sheds light on the complexities of being a public figure and the pressures that come with addressing personal matters in the spotlight. It also offers insight into the creative process and the lengths artists sometimes go to when seeking to express their emotions through their art.

As the situation continues to unfold, fans and critics alike are watching to see how Yvonne Nelson will respond to Sarkodie’s emotional track. Until then, “Try Me” remains a testament to Sarkodie’s dedication to staying true to his feelings, even when it means keeping his own team in the dark.

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