Ghanian rapper and maestro, Sarkodie has just unlocked the visual treatment to his generally accepted tune, “Coachella.” This song fits in as a proper follow up to his previously released “No Fugazy”. No Fugazy became the second released single from Sarkodie’s impending 7th studio Album ‘No Pressure’. “Coachella’ was produced by MOG Beatz.
This stereo-bursting tune is a certified hit as it saw the Ghanian rapper express himself passionately about a lover so obsessed that she wants him all to herself. Kwesi Arthur then spiced up the track with his groovy vocals, finishing the job that was already started. Coming a long way and having a form of history, Kwesi and Sarkodie have a confirmed chemistry when they work together. This can also be seen in previous songs like Jehova’, ‘Grind Day Remix’, ‘Who Da Man’ and Joey B’s ‘La Familia’.
The video was then directed by Prince Dovlo and it highlights Sarkodie and Kwesi on a coastal region embraced by summer time. The young men weren’t alone as they were accompanied by a group of stunning and beautiful women. Prince Dovlo seemed to want to focus on the beauty of an African woman while also showing forth inshore waters and water life of Ghana and the Ghanian people. Enjoy the video below: