Rapper Sarkodie, who has won numerous awards, promises that 2023 would be a year of giving back to those who assisted him in achieving his current level of fame.
The “Countryside” hitmaker said in an interview with JoyNews’ Becky on the sidelines of the just finished Black Star Line Festival that “Performances and releasing songs box been ticked.” The only thing you can do when you’re given this much attention is give back to your roots because it forces you to show more of yourself.
As I’ve been saying for a while, the focus will be more on giving back to the business that helped me become Sarkodie because I’ve been working on other things besides music.
The rapper said that this year, he will concentrate on his fan base as part of his charity endeavours (Sark Nation). He wants the organisation to benefit the most from the Sarkodie name as possible.
“Sark Nation, I sincerely appreciate your help. Let’s put in more effort this year, and I want to include more Sark Nation citizens so that we can all make money. I think we should have events where Sark Nation can generate money.
entrepreneur, songwriter, and rapper Sarkodie is a native of Tema, Ghana. For his contributions to the Ghanaian music scene, he has won numerous awards, including the Vodafone Ghana Music Award for “Artiste of the Decade.”
He was named the first-ever winner of BET’s Best International Flow Artist category at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards.
He is also considered as one of the best African rappers of all time and a key figure in the development of the Azonto music and dance.