Stormzy, Cassper Nyovest Proud of Ghanaian Rapper Sarkodie

It is indeed a clear case of real recognize real as English grime and hiphop artist Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo, Jr., better known by his stage name Stormzy and South African rapper Refiloe Maele Phoolo also known Cassper Nyovest have expressed their reverence for Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie for his extraordinary successes across Africa and the rest of the world.

The artists who have over the past years build a cult following in their respective territories and sold out arenas in reacting a list of awards bagged by Sarkodie who recently toured the UK after the release of his 19 track album, Highest revealed how his successes were an inspiration for many others including themselves.

Stormzy who recently released a record breaking album Gang Signs & PrayerDreamers Disease referred to Sarkodie as a legend in the rap game.

South African rapper Cassper Nyovest who is also readying for his Fill Up FnB Stadium stated how the achievements were inspiring. He congratulated Sarkodie and also threw a challenge at him telling him, “I’m coming for you Sark”.

Sarkodie however replied prophesying into his life stating that he (Cassper Nyovest) will do more than he (Sarkodie) has done.

Sarkodie again acknowledged Stormzy’s tweet and appreciated the fact that both artists were lifting the flag of Ghana to the highest.

With over 60 awards won both in and outside Ghana with several other nominations, Sarkodie remains Africa’s biggest most decorated rapper despite what many consider as a language barrier.

Some of his prestigious awards include wins at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, BET Awards, MOBO, EMY, MAMAs, AFRIMMA, etc.

Sarkodie was recently nominated for the Best African Act at the 2017 MOBO Awards which hold in Leeds at the First Direct Arena on November 29.

Click here to check full list of nominees for 2017 MOBO Awards – MOBO Awards 2017: Check the full list of nominations

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