Sarkodie – Wake Up Call (Road Safety) ft Benji

March 23, 2018 at 08:22
Sarkodie – Wake Up Call (Road Safety) ft Benji

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Michael Owusu Addo, known by his stage name Sarkodie, is a Ghanaian hip jump recording craftsman and business visionary from Tema.[2] He won the Best International Act: Africa class at the 2012 BET Awards, and was assigned in a similar classification at the 2014 BET Awards.[3] In 2015, Sarkodie was positioned the nineteenth most Influential Ghanaian by Ghana.[4] He is viewed as one of the real defenders of the Azonto kind and move. Sarkodie is frequently named as one of Africa’s most prominent hip jump artists.[5] MTV Base positioned him sixth on its rundown of the Hottest African MC’s in 2014.[6] In 2013, Lynx TV positioned him first on its rundown of the “Best 10 Ghanaian Rappers of All Time”.[7] In 2015, positioned him third on its rundown of the “Best 10 African Rappers of 2015”.[8] In 2015, The Guardian recorded him as one of its main five hip bounce follows up on the African landmass.

Sarkodie, the fourth of five kids, was brought up in Tema, to his mom Maame Aggrey. Sarkodie began rapping at a youthful age and proceeded all through his instructive profession. He went to Tema Methodist Senior High School. He earned a degree in visual computerization from IPMC. Sarkodie started his instrumental profession as an underground rapper. He showed up on Adom FM’s prevalent rap rivalry Kasahare Level. It was through rap fights that he met his previous supervisor Duncan Williams of Duncwills Entertainment. He likewise met performers Edem and Castro who acquainted him with Hammer of The Last Two, a built up record maker. Sledge chose to include Sarkodie on two tunes off the Volta Regime collection in the wake of being inspired with his rap streams. After this presentation, he recorded his introduction collection Makye. His first single “Child”, including Mugeez of the pair R2Bees, turned into a moment hit and made Sarkodie an easily recognized name inside the Ghanaian music industry.

In the wake of doing combating rappers from the well known rap rivalry, Kasahare Level, Sarkodie marked a record manage JM Entertainment. He discharged his 2009 presentation collection Makye, with creation from Killbeatz and Jayso and visitor appearances from Kwaw Kese, J-Town, Sway and Paedae of R2Bees. The collection got positive surveys from faultfinders and fans. It was propelled at the Accra Mall; moreover, a subsequent show was held at Holy City Gardens in Accra.[11] In 2010, Sarkodie’s “Push” and “Infant” melodies were positioned ninth and thirteenth on Joy Fm’s Top 50 tunes of 2009, separately.

In 2011, he discharged “Farewell”, “One Time For Your Mind”, “You Go Kill Me”, “Living Legend”, and “Onyame Nhyira” as lead singles off the Rapperholic collection. “You Go murder Me”, which highlights EL, was generally welcomed all through Ghana. Sulley Muntari, Castro, Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, X.O Senovoe, DJ Mensah and Funny Face showed up in the video.

In 2012, he propelled the Rapperholic collection, which got positive surveys from music commentators. The collection highlights visitor appearances from Efya, Chidynma, Mugeez of R2Bees, Obrafour, Jayso, EL and others. Sarkodie went on an across the country visit to help the collection. The Rapperholic collection earned Sarkodie his first BET selection and ensuing win. Sarkodie was additionally highlighted on the BET Hip Hop Awards figure close by Talib Kweli, Jean Grae and Ab-Soul. He was the main African act included on the figure.

2013– 14: Sarkology, Sarkcess Music and Africa Rising Campaign

On October 30, 2013, he discharged the authority remix for his 2011 hit track “You Go Kill Me”, which topped at number 1 on different diagrams in Ghana. The remix highlights Wizkid, Ice Prince, Navio and EL.[14] On December 21, 2013, a show was assembled to dispatch the Sarkology collection, which was discharged on January 2, 2014. The dispatch was held at the Accra Sports Stadium. The collection highlights visitor appearances from Fuse ODG, AKA, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Banky W, 2 Face Idibia, Joey B and Efya, among others.

In the wake of discharging the Sarkology collection, Sarkodie discharged the authority remix for “Adonai”. The remix turned into a moment hit crosswise over Africa, and was included in BBC’s Capital Xtra Top 35 Afrobeats Songs.[16] Sarkodie propelled his own record name, Sarkcess Music, in 2014. As a component of the dispatch, he debuted the video for “Adonai” remix and “Uncommon Someone”, both of which highlights Castro and AKA, separately. Sarkodie likewise discharged the tunes “Megye Wo Girl”, “Love Rocks”, “Chingum”, and “Cry Fi Me” under the name.

In June 2014, he teamed up with Mi Casa, Lola Rae, Davido, Diamond Platnumz and Tiwa Savage on a melody for DSTV’s Africa Rising effort, which was intended to rouse Africans to share in group based social speculation ventures. The music video for the tune, discharged on June 24, 2014, was shot and coordinated by South African generation house Callback Dream.


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