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Sarkodie should establish a University where Rappers can Study – Ruthy advices

Sarkodie establish a university where rappers can study.

Besides, Sarkodie who’s Tema based since registering his name on the lips of Ghanaians with “Baby” song in 2009 featuring Mugeez, the rapper has never flopped in the game for over 12 years and is still on.

Concluding from this and more, Ruthy, a highly-opinionated showbiz critic, has postulated that it’s high time Sarkodie considered setting up some kind of Rap University School in Tema where he will nurture and teach up-and-coming rappers as well as budding ones the real elements of rap so that can be consistent too.

Sarkodie, real name Michael Owusu Addo, is without a doubt the most well-known artist in Ghana right now. He keeps putting Ghana on the map and attracting more outsiders to the country’s music scene.

Ruthy suggests that Sarkodie establish a university in Tema where rappers can go to study the fundamentals of authentic rap.

He has been setting and breaking his own records with his remarkable and phenomenal effort. Sarkodie is the reigning king of Ghanaian music on streaming services. His more than 130 national and international honours have helped him gain a foothold in the Ghanaian music scene.

He has amassed enormous streaming audience shares on Apple Music and Spotify. He has established three records that have not been broken on Ghana’s YouTube alone.


First, the most popular Ghanaian music video belongs to Sarkodie alone. No other artist has come close to breaking his record of over 87 million views for his music video “Adonai.” He has held this record back-to-back for years, it should be mentioned.

Second, he is the Ghanaian with the most views thanks to his 266 million plus views. This indicates that Ghanaians adore his music videos. Shatta Wale, who has 244 million views, is second to him in terms of YouTube views.

Besides, Sarkodie who’s Tema based since registering his name on the lips of Ghanaians with “Baby” song in 2009 featuring Mugeez, the rapper has never flopped in the game for over 12 years and is still on.

Concluding from this and more, Ruthy, a highly-opinionated showbiz critic, has postulated that it’s high time Sarkodie considered setting up some kind of Rap University School in Tema where he will nurture and teach up-and-coming rappers as well as budding ones the real elements of rap so that can be consistent too.

In addition, Tema-based rapper Sarkodie, whose 2009 song “Baby” with Mugeez first put him on the minds of Ghanaians, hasn’t had a hit or a miss in over 12 years and is still going strong.

Ruthy, a fiery critic of show business, draws the conclusion that Sarkodie should seriously consider founding a Rap University School in Tema where he can mentor and instruct aspiring rappers in the fundamentals of rap so that they may also be consistent.

 

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