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5 Ghanaian Rappers Who Rap Faster Than Sarkodie.

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By YoungCyfer | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 3883 views

Sarkodie’s major powers in the rap game is his rapidly rap and tongue twisting capacity which foremost prepared him awesome and facilitate determine his birthright in the hip hop fraternity.

Ghanaian hip bound rapper Sarkodie is a hero of rap we completely of every single one time with his trite conduct of tongue rolling which complete him I beg your pardon? he is now.

But for your information, in attendance are around five rappers in Ghana that has the confidence in themselves that they container rap more rapidly and unvarying correctly than Sarkodie.

1.Lyrical Joe.

Lyrical Joe’s real name is Joseph Gamor. He’s a Ghanaian rapper who was born on August 5, 1995, in Accra and hails from Mafikumasi in the Volta Region of Ghana. Remember he’s one of the budding artistes Sarkodie featured in the popular ‘Biibi Ba’ song which was released in 2018. Lyrical Joe literally murdered the other rappers on that project with his fast pace rap flow, wordplay, and punchlines.

Before that LJ (as he’s affectionately called) participated in the popular African TV show X Factor in 2011. He was the only Ghanaian rapper who featured in that year’s edition and although he gave a good account of himself, he sadly bowed out of the show due to lack of votes.

The young rapper has since released a couple of songs which include Heart Breaker, Fork & Knife, I dey feel u, I’m Sick, 3-kings, Bowtie, Alright and recently released Tina. His music video for ‘Bowtie’ got him a nomination at the 2016 MTN 4Syte Music Video Awards in the award category Best Discovery Video of the year. A true Hiphop fan who knows the rudiments of the genre will agree with me that LJ is as good as Sarkodie or even better than him but his luck has not been brighter enough to cement this belief.

2.Flowking stone.

His is great rapper in Ghana but less attention is paid to him. But he has been in the rap game for soo long therefore, he’s a great rapper in Africa. According to him, he has great songs with tongue twisting styles than that of Sarkodie even though Ghanaians don’t appreciate him at all but to him, he battle with Sarkodie.

3.Teephlow.

Teephlow: King of wordplay and Puns, rapper Tee Phlow is among the top goons in the country as far as rap comes to play but the young talent is a bit underrated. In terms of fast rap music, he is up there with the big guys. 


4.Tulenkey.

Tulenkey is a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter. He made his major debut on Sarkodie’s Biibi ba. Tulenkey has been tagged as the Heir to Rap Music in Ghana after he released his banger Child Abuse song which was a cover of Cardi B’s ‘I Like it’.


5.Strongman Burner.

The real name of Strongman Burner is Osei Kwaku Vincent. He is a Ghanaian rapper who came into the limelight after he won the maiden edition of The Next Big Thing, a rap competition show in Ghana.

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