The name Sarkodie has been synonymous to rap for over a decade in the African music space. While most people love him from the “U go Kill Me” era through to the Hastalavista times, they believe Sarkodie although a good rapper, does his best on songs he’s been featured on either than his own songs.
While this allegation may not be entirely true, lets just take a look at the notion, truth is when an artist is featured on a song, whether locally or internationally, it is a form of audition or advertisement platform to sell themselves to new audience.
Having that in mind, it comes as no surprise to see or hear Sarkodie giving is all on a song like Wavy.
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