Last weekend has been amazing for A-list rapper Sarkodie. Apart from wining Boomplay New Song of the Week, he has set the trend with the exhibition of his unique, pure artistic prowess as well. Last Saturday, he eulogized the late Barima Okyere Boateng at Koforidua St. George Cathedral, a Catholic church.
As the choir sang “Asem Papa Bi A M’ate” which is said to be the deceased’s favourite while alive, Sarkodie chipped in his freestyle effortlessly. It was amazing. Arguably, he is the first rapper to do this at a Ghanaian funeral.
Moreover, he emerged as number one this week as Boomplay New Song of the Week with his new freestyle dubbed I Will See What I Can Do. The song talks about how some ladies try to dupe or wring money out of their dates without offering anything in return. The least they knew is that guys of today are more conscious of their acts. So instead of them bringing on the tricks, the guys play them instead.
The songs that made a cut for nominations include;
Sarkodie – I Will See What I Can Do
Stonebwoy ft. Remy Adan – Putuu Remix Kelvyn Boy ft. Quamina MP
T’neeya – Dark Twisted Fantasy
Ama Adem – Faded
Afrisounds x Sona – Balance
All the songs above were released just last week on Boomplay. However, you can watch the winning song below as well as the eulogy that has got people talking in admiration of the rapper. Currently, the rapper is working on the release of his 2021 album, No Pressure.
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