This claim was made by The “Rap Doctor” in a recent radio interview.
He claimed that while everyone initially enjoyed Sarkodie’s music, its success only came after he began to add melody.
“Let me use a classic example like Sarkodie. When Sarkodie started rapping, we all enjoyed what he was doing but it was when he added melody to it; then he became a national success,” he revealed.
Okyeame emphasized the value of melodies once more in his speech. He stated that as melody is the most challenging aspect of the creative process, it is crucial that we don’t compromise it.