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I’m Working Hard To Break Sarkodie’s Musical Records – Black Sherif

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The hottest and the amazing Ghanaian sensational new champ, widely known as Black sherif, who recently remixed his great song Second Sermon with the Grammy Award winner Burna Boy, has made it clear his dreams to replicate the same of the great success by Ghanaian heavyweight rapper Sarkodie.

Black Sherif who had already bagged 8 nominations at the 5th edition of the prestigious 3Music Awards, still have high hopes of winning it all, and also replicate same winning in the VGMA 2022 with the high hopes of replicating Sarkodie’s long-held VGMA records.

In 2010, Ghanaian rap artist Sarkodie made history when he won both the New Artist of the Year and Artist of the Year at the Vodafone Ghana Music, a record which is yet to be held since.

Speaking in an interview exclusive one on one interview with NY DJ on Y102.5FM, when asked if he can really win all his categories Nominated, Black Sherif stated saying;

“Let’s see bro. God knows what will happen but I dey trust the Blacko Tribe”

Having released a number of hit singles last year, Black Sherif has fast become the people’s favourite securing him a collaboration with Grammy award-winning star Burna Boy.

In the interview, when Black Sherif was asked about the song and how he got the opportunity to feature the Grammy Award-winning musician.

He indicated that it was Burna Boy’s team who contacted him adding that initially it was not about doing a song together but rather they called to tell him Burna Boy really likes the song.

It is was on the second time of contacting him that Burna Boy revealed his desire to feature him, and finally the legendary collaboration happened.

In 2021, Black Sherif won the Next Rated Category for the Ashanti and has gone on to prove why he merited the award.

Kwame Motion, Born Neldrick Kwame Sackey is a Ghanaian blogger and YouTuber known for celebrity gossip, Technology updates, and general news. Currently, he bases at Obuasi in the Ashanti region. He is also a publisher as well as a Promoter.

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Sarkodie Was The First Artist I Met In Ghana – Anne Sophie Avè

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Ambassador of France to Ghana, Anne Sophie Avè over a period 11 months has really done a lot if connect for the creative arts industry here in Ghana.

She got involved in music industry connecting French artists Passi and Orti to Ghanaian musicians Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Kwabena Kwabena, Becca, Fameye, Akwaboah and Gasmilla. She went ahead to organize PARIS IN ACCRA concert in November 2021 and the return leg ACCRA IN PARIS on 23 April 2022.

Speaking on an Instagram live interview with blogger Kwame Motion, she stated that Award winning Rapper Sarkodie was the first artist she met in Ghana.

According to her, she had heard of the rapper before she came into office but she was not really a fan of his music until she met him one on one.

‘We were both invited to a function and that’s where we met somewhere in November 2019 that’s a year after I had arrived. ‘ Ann Sophie Avè narrating how they met.

The French ambassador during the interview revealed that Sarkodie approached her and they did discussed about youth development and his foundation.

According to her, their first meeting wasn’t about Sarkodie’s music but the passion he had for the Ghanaian youth through his foundation

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You shouldn’t die before you’re recognized – KKD showers praise on Sarkodie [Video]

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Rapper Sarkodie has received appreciation from renowned radio host Kwesi Kyei Darkwah, better known by his stage name KKD.

Sarkodie received praise for his tough words from KKD, who met him and stated the rapper shouldn’t pass away before receiving his “flout.”

At the listening session for King Promise’s 5Star album, KKD revealed that he admires Sarkodie for his talent and the fact that he hasn’t changed.

“The story you tell, the advice you’re giving, the uplifting you are giving to people in the culture. People should learn the language you are speaking so that they can hear the power of your words. Because nobody must be forced to save their craft another advanced language.”

He suggested to Sarkodie that instead of changing his technique, the Ghanaian musician should make fans search for deeper meanings in his music.

“But those who love the craft must ask for people to translate it for them.

 

Translation is difficult, they say translation is like a woman, when she is beautiful, she is not faithful, when faithful she is faithful, she is not beautiful. But, if you get somebody to do the translation right,” he said.

Sarkodie should not pass away before he is honored because, according to KKD, he is a great man. He also expressed his love and gratitude for Sarkodie.

“Sarkodie, you are great, I love you. You shouldn’t die before you get your flout. You are still young but you are a genius. I love you brother,” he said.

Watch the video below;

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G-Migos Go Speechless After Sarkodie Shared Their Viral Freestyle – See Their Reactions

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Kumerican young rappers, Syder and 4KTriple who are collectively called G-Migos get surprise from Ghana’s rap king, Sarkodie on social media.

The budding musicians are trending with their hot freestyle titled “No Fear”.

Ghanaians have reacted positively to the freestyle with which the mastered song is still yet to be released.

In their viral video, Syder and 4KTriple displayed a damning rap verses and their timing and lyrics were on point.

Below is the trending G-Migos freestyle:

 

Rapper Sarkodie after listening to their freestyle shared it on his Facebook page for people to look out for them.

G-Migos after sighting on what Sarkodie has done for them took to their Twitter page to react. They shared a screenshot of Sarkodie’s post and wrote:

We can’t believe this king sark @sarkodie The Highest

Much appreciate

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