If you are working on an innovation with a friend and or she passes away, would you feel ok and release the innovation to the world for commercial purposes?
Certain people will feel bad about it because they think they are taking advantage of the deceased partner and using them as a cash cow to advance their career.
The ‘Can’t Let You Go’ hitmaker, Sarkodie is certainly a part of the later.
Before Castro’s disappearance, the two had worked on a number of songs, some of which had not been released at the time he went missing.
In a similar fashion, when Nana Hemaa, Ebony Reigns passed in a gory road accident, she and Sarkodie had worked on unreleased songs.
Sarkodie says it felt weird for him to release the songs he composed with the two musicians.
In an interview with Hitz FM, Sarkodie said: “it feels weird putting it out.”
However, he said if people keep asking for them, he might release the songs.
With the current bad blood between Ebony’s father and Bullet, it seems Sarkodie might have to navigate carefully in order not to expose himself to any lawsuit either from Bullet or Ebony’s dad if he finally chooses to release the song.