African Rap phenom Sarkodie outdoors new song and video for ‘Coachella‘ featuring Kwesi Arthur.

Directed by Prince Dovlo, the video sees Sarkodie and Kwesi Arthur on a coastal region surrounded by a bevy of beautiful women. The colorful music video captures the beauty of the African woman and the inshore waters of Ghana.

Coachella is a follow-up to the recently released ‘No Fugazy’ making it the second single from Sarkodie’s impending 7th studio Album ‘No Pressure’.

The MOG Beatz-produced song is a certified banger! Sarkodie raps passionately about an obsessed lover who wants him all to herself with Kwesi Arthur gracing the song with a groovy hook. He sings, “Oh Ah, obi nkyerɛ ɔdɔ colour, oh ah, obi nkyerɛ ɔdɔ colour, oh oh oh oh. Ɔdɔ yɛwu colour ɛte sɛn ni” sampling Odo Colour a song by legendary Ghanaian Highlife artiste George Darko.

Sarkodie and Kwesi Arthur have come a long way since their initial collaboration on ‘Grind Day Remix‘. They have since worked on songs like ‘Jehova‘, ‘Who Da Man‘ and Joey B’s ‘La Familia‘.

Watch music video for Sarkodie’s ‘Coachella, below: