Declaring a musical coup d’état in the 3rd quarter of last year, Barima Sydney has congratulated Sarkodie for heeding to his advice by releasing ‘Inflation’, a song that questions the competence of the ruling government, National Democratic Congress.
Barima Sydney who advised his fellow musicians to wake up and compose songs that will endeavor to remind the ruling government of its actual responsibilities to the country and also, to know the suffering of Ghanaians.
He said “I am glad Sarkodie took this bold step to add his voice to the advocacy to address the disheartening state the country finds itself now.”
‘Inflation’, a song which addresses the current state of the country’s economy, the fall of the country’s currency and a quest to question the competence of the ruling government; President Mahama and his cabinet as to whether they are indeed working for the interest of Ghana or not.
Barima Sydney has songs including ‘Africa money’, ‘Apuskeleke’, ‘Scent No’, ‘Donkomi’, ‘Obia nye obia’ and currently, ‘Ayeka’, among others.
A-plus and Barima Sidney have been the sole stunt musicians who are known for addressing political issues pertaining to the state the country finds itself musically.
And Lucky Mensah, whom earlier composed a song to oppose to the ruling party and hitherto unfair treatment, composed another song to his hirers and also.
Currently, Daddy Lumba’s latest song is the song being used by the ruling government to justify itself.