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VIDEO: Sarkodie Finally Drops An Anthem For Sarknation And It’s Fire — Watch   
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I know there are some few Ghanaians out there who wouldn’t like to hear the name of Sarkodie due to what ‘someone’ out of jealousy might have told them about him but accept it or not there has never been any rapper in the history of Ghanaian rap music who comes close to him.

That Tema guy, he is the best, his achievements in the Ghanaian entertainment industry is beyond any reasonable comparison as far as Ghanaian and African rap Music is a concern.

The rapper has millions of fans following him on his social media handles, commenting under every single post he makes but he doesn’t let even one of them down, he listens to every suggestion they bring.

Two weeks ago, GhanaCelebrities.Com reported that some of Sarkodie’s fans have demonstrated against him on reasons being that he keeps teasing them with some instrumentals which they have no idea as to whether it is a song or just an intro.

They even requested that he should release it and whether it will be nice or not they will still embrace it or even use it as their anthem.

The good news is, as we speak, Sarkodie has finally confirmed it as an anthem for himself, Sark-Natives and all Sarkoholic Fans.

He took a video of himself performing with the anthem and posted on his Instagram page with the caption. “Every December 25th in West Africa 🇬🇭 this is where you got to be #Rapperholic18 … When the anthems drop🙏🏾 R.O.T.S … When Sark x SarkNation meets, 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 … Y’all know how to get me in my feelings”

Take a minute and watch the video below;

Source: ghanacelebrities.com

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