Regarded as the greatest rapper to grace the ghanaian rap scene, Michael Owuse Addo popularly known as Sarkodie has risen through the ranks since he burst unto the scene in the early 2000's. After bursting out into the music scene, he has never looked back and seems to be doing well with his craft
His impeccable flow and rhyme has won him many awards and the hearts of many music lovers. He has taken Ghana to the world with his fine rap and I am glad many people outside got to realize there is a country in Africa called Ghana which has been endowed with talents.
Talk of his flow, i don't think any Ghanaian rapper comes closer. He is very fast and his voice is even capable of attracting people to his music.
A throwback to his old pictures shows a high level of committment to the hustle and a desire to keep on going on. He has really struggled to shape this beautiful future he has today.
He is an inspiration to many underground artists who seek recognition for their crafts.
Today, Sarkodie is debatably the king of rap as it alludes to his album, The Highest. I strolled through the internet and compiled some pictures of his youthful days. Take a look at them below;
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