Sarkodie’s “TryMe” on Yvonne Nelson’s book removed from Apple Music
Accra, Ghana – In a surprising turn of events, the popular song “TryMe” by Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, which was considered a reply to Yvonne Nelson‘s book ‘I AM NOT YVONNE NELSON,’ has allegedly been removed from the Apple Music platform.
The song, released just a few weeks ago, had garnered significant attention and sparked a heated discussion within the entertainment industry and among fans.
Sarkodie, known for his lyrical prowess and ability to address social issues through his music, had seemingly used “TryMe” as a platform to respond to the claims made by Yvonne Nelson in her book. The book, released earlier this year, delved into the actress’s personal and professional experiences, challenging misconceptions and addressing rumors surrounding her public image.
The removal of Sarkodie’s “TryMe” from Apple Music has left fans and industry insiders speculating about the reasons behind this unexpected decision. As of now, neither Sarkodie nor Apple Music has officially commented on the matter, leaving room for various interpretations and assumptions.
Some speculations suggest that the removal may be a result of copyright issues or violation of Apple Music’s content guidelines. However, these claims remain unverified until official statements are released. Fans of both Sarkodie and Yvonne Nelson have taken to social media to express their disappointment and confusion, demanding clarity on the situation.
The song “TryMe” gained rapid popularity upon its release, attracting a wide audience with its catchy beat and thought-provoking lyrics. It served as a platform for Sarkodie to defend himself against the allegations made by Yvonne Nelson, using his signature style to deliver powerful verses. Many fans appreciated the song for its boldness and its contribution to ongoing conversations about celebrity narratives.
Sarkodie, a multiple award-winning artist, has consistently pushed boundaries and utilized his music to address social issues. This incident has only fueled further speculation about the contentious nature of his lyrical content and the impact it can have on the public discourse. With the removal of “TryMe” from Apple Music, fans are left wondering whether this move will have any lasting consequences for the artist or if it will prompt further action from either party involved.
As the story unfolds, music enthusiasts eagerly await official statements from both Sarkodie and Apple Music to shed light on the reasons behind the removal. Until then, the absence of “TryMe” from Apple Music continues to generate buzz and debate within the Ghanaian music industry and among fans worldwide.