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I was praising Sarkodie in Eno Barony’s ‘The Finish Line’ – Amerado

Rapper Amerado has dispelled any confusion on the 'Sarkodie' reference in Eno Barony's 'The Finish Line.

The Abotrɛ rapper said he was praising the double-cross BET Award, victor, for his diligent effort in the Ghanaian music industry, as opposed to an end drawn by some music fans from Amerado's stanza on the track.

"I was attempting to commend Sarkodie for the works and endeavors that he is placing in the business," Amerado told Giovanni on TV3.

He was cited rapping in The Finish Line, "Artiste of the Year classification hɔ da biaa one rapper."

Fundamentally, Amerado doesn't appear to grasp the explanation Sarkodie [being the just rapper] frequently gets assigned in that classification.

The Yeete Nsem guardian accepts that it is time different rappers came to the rundown for the rap scene to be "prevailing".

"For what reason would it be a good idea for it forever be him?" tested Amerado. "He is holding the mantle - it's dependably him. It's no time like the present [maybe] in the Artiste of the Year classification, we have around four or five rappers, with that we can acknowledge our strength in that classification," he added.

The Obama Boa rapper proceeded to reprove individual rappers to follow the strides of Sarkodie to become fruitful and powerful as he is.

In the meantime, not long after The Finish Line was delivered, the authoritative 'Best Rap Performance' champion, Lyrical Joe chose to claim the "battle" and flung a few shots at Amerado in an untitled free-form projected on happy maker Kwadwo Sheldon's YouTube page.

Even though Amerado didn't rip into LJ, the last option decided to answer the Death Sentence rapper, saying that he [Amerado] got "killed" by a female rapper on a rap tune.

Expressive Joe proceeded to blame Amerado for reflecting and living under the shadows of Sarkodie.

Whenever found out if he would pen an answer to Lyrical Joe, Amerado answered, "How about we pass on it to the divine beings".

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