Sarkodie is undoubtedly the greatest rapper in Africa and the current giant in Ghana music. In a video which is making waves on the internet, Sarkodie was seen doing what he does best. In the video, Sarkodie was rapping his verse in a new song titled 'Fever' while dancing alongside.
Most fans can't stop watching this video due to the rap and the dance moves. According to several comments, Sarkodie had been rapping since 2008 and has still been on top since that time till date. According to them, he always get different words for his rap music each time he raps.
Watch the video here.
Below are the comments from fans across the world and in Ghana about the video.
However, one key comment which has touched the heart of many is when it says' Sarkology must be a course in schools'. This is not the first time people have said this. According to them, music is profession and for that matter Sarkology must be a course to be studied in schools. This means, students who prefer to musicians will always be relevant in the game forever.
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