Rapper Sarkodie has proven all critics who say he is unable to rap in English wrong as he goes JAY Z on a new track by South African female rapper, Rouge.
The song titled “W.A.G” which featured French-Congolese rapper Youssoupha saw Sarkodie express his feelings and spit his verses in flawless superfluous grammar.
With a bit of swag and bragging, the Tema-based rapper bossed the song with his rap dexterity as he flowed with ease interspersed with strong diction and punchlines.
Sarkodie put a close to the conversation on who the best rapper is by dropping lines that will make his rivals go bananas.
The ‘W.A.G” track by South African rapper Deko Barbara-Jessica Wedi, professionally known as Rouge, is a purely Hip-Hop project which also featured Youssoupha Mabiki, better known by his nickname Youssoupha, a French-Congolese rapper.
Sarkodie in 2021 has already featured Kenyan heavyweight Khaligraph Jones on a hip-hop banger “WAVY” which the rapper actually proved his mettle. This new track just confirms and reveals the other side of Sarkodie’s game, the ability to flow in pure English.
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