Award-winning rapper, Sarkodie goes deep on his 8th studio album, dubbed ‘Jamz’ a 10 –track album.

JAMZ, which blends African-inspired hip-hop, tropical Afropop, and vibrant amapiano features; King Promise, Oxlade, Ink Boy, Lojay, Kranium, Cina Soul, Joeyboy, Black Sherif, and BNXN.

Of all the songs on the album, it is only ‘Confam’ that Sarkodie decided to go solo.

Back in September 2022, Sarkodie released Labadi, the first single off the project, which featured, King Promise.

In an interview with 3 Music Network on Thursday, November 10, 2022 the “Coachella” hitmaker revealed how Black Sherif was featured on ‘Jamz’.

According to him, Blacko hit me up last minute of this project, ‘Landlord I have to be on Jamz’. I said, pull up,” Sarkodie disclosed.

Sarkodie also revealed that Black Sherif had major influence on the direction of the song and even came up with the title “Country Side.”

Speaking about the album in a recent interview with ‘Rolling Stone’, the Coachella hitmaker revealed, “Actually, it didn’t start up as me recording an album. I was just recording some random songs and realized that I was in the space where I was having fun in life, so I needed music that I could have fun with. Of course, there were certain moods, for instance, when you are on a boat or a yacht with your beautiful family or loved ones. There’s a type of sound that you would want to hear, and that is what inspired JAMZ. It’s basically like you listening to your favourite playlist on the radio and do not want to skip it. That’s how this project is — a batch of good”