Michael Owusu Addo Popularly known as Sarkodie or King sark has paid Homage to the king of Ashanti Kingdom Otumfuor Osei Tutu the second on his visit to Kumasi with his management team. Sarkodie and his team has landed in Kumasi for a project he's working on amidst his upcoming album dubbed No Pressure, Sarkodie visited the Manhyia Palace with his team to greet Otumfuor and ask for his blessings Sarkodie over the years has been very consistent and relevant in the music scene and it seems he's not retiring anytime soon his fans has reacted to his picture with Otumfuor and they can't stop admiring it and showering praises on him for his humbleness. In the picture it captured moment where Otumfuor and Sarkodie where both smiling which shows the king is really proudly of his boy Sarkodie who is putting Ghana on the Map.
Sarkodie's new album No Pressure which will be coming out in few months and his visit to Kumasi is all part of the promotional plan for the album.
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