Sarkodie’s ‘Do You’ music video hits 1 million views on YouTube

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Music is a food for the soul and it no doubt influences the thought process and views of many individuals.

Ghanaian rapper Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has been a topic of discussion since the released of the official music video for his new track with Nigerian musician Mr. Eazi titled ‘Do you,

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‘Do You’ is an exceptional song which cometh with a great melody and reserved grooved instrumentation which captivates the mind upon first hearing.

AtinkaNews.Net has sighted that the rapper’s track has hit one million views on video sharing platform, YouTube.

See a screenshot of the Sarkodie’s ‘Do You’ stats on YouTube below;

Watch the video below :

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As a result, Some fans of the Tema-based rapper have also thrown some shots at Shatta Wale saying after the much publicity of his ‘Mellisa’ song which was released a month ago on social media is still struggling to get a million views.

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Could Sarkodie’s new YouTube success be attributed to the fact that he had Mr Eazi or because he was accused of sampling the chorus from American singer and songwriter Ne-Yo’s 2007 song.

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