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Sarkodie makes Top 10 Best Artists in Africa 2022 edition list

Sarkodie has been named amongst the top 10 Best artistes in Africa 2022 edition list for “offering an impressive impact on the Ghanaian music industry.”

The list, curated by online magazine Daily Music Roll, features 10 incredibly famous African artistes who have impacted world music greatly with their unique and charming musical qualities. The list features Diamond Platnumz – Tanzania, Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage, Tu Baba (2Face), Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid. Angelique Kidjo from Benin, DJ Black Cofee – South Africa, Youssou N’Dour – Senegal also earned a spot on the list.

Sarkodie’s inclusion makes him the only Ghanaian artiste to appear on the list and second time he has earned a similar recognition from Daily Music Roll. Back in 2020, he topped the list of Top 10 African Rappers who have already created a benchmark in the hip-hop scene with their extraordinary musicianship and are on the joyous ride to success.

Being regarded as one of the most successful rappers in Africa, Sarkodie is a skillful Ghanaian rapper–who with his remarkable rap compositions–has given a new dimension to rap and demonstrated the ultimate authority..

This 36-year-old artiste released his debut album in 2009, Makye. And with this album, he received positive reviews from critics of the continent. He was awarded ‘Artiste of the Decade’ by Vodafone Ghana Music Award. In the 2019 BET hip-hop Awards, he is the first winner of BET’s Best International Flow artist.

He has his sights set on global domination. “I always want to open doors to other territories, to other audiences, new people who might relate to my music. That wish is always there.” Across the last decade, his wish has come true, through a combination of hard work, hustle, heartfelt storytelling and captivating flow – the kind that transcends language barriers. “I rap in my native language.

Sarkodie and Ghanaian hip hop & hiplife duo R2Bees will headline Palladium Times Square, New York City on July 30th for an all-new joint concert dubbed “It’s About Time”.



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