Sarkodie works like a slave reason why he is successful – Reggie Rockstone

Sarkodie works like a slave – Reggie Rockstone
Sarkodie works like a slave – Reggie Rockstone

The person who is credited with being the originator of hip hop, Reggie Rockstone, has praised Sarkodie for his approach to his art.

On the drive-time broadcast of Class 91.3 FM, which aired on Tuesday, December 19, 2023, he had a conversation with Yao Mawutor Fianu.

First, he expressed his dissatisfaction with “the power of music Ghanaians are sleeping on.”

Noting how difficult Ghana has been and what we are going through, he made the observation.

Despite all that had happened, he acknowledged that “it is music that has kept smiles on our lips.”

The music revolutionist was concerned that “people forget the soundtrack of the country,” which means that they do not give music and the individuals who create it the respect and dignity they deserve.

Rockstone was able to see the vast amusement that Patapaa’s viral One Corner provided to the nation, as well as Sarkodie’s diligent and hard-working efforts throughout the years, which included the release of songs and the organisation of excellent yearly events.

“Sarkodie constantly keeping it up… Rapperholic… This… He’s doing that.

“This boy! How old is he? He’s working like a slave,” Rockstone exclaimed in admiration.

Sarkodie, together with his friends, are “holding the flag of Ghana” high, according to what he stated.

Reggie Rockstone, who was affectionately referred to as the Grandpapa, paid tribute to “Medikal, Stonebwoy,” and certain other individuals, requesting that “we push them” forward and overseas.

When it comes to the government’s Year of Return and Beyond the Return, among other initiatives, the rapper and entrepreneur said that “these people make it beautiful” and fruitful.

He made a plea for a concerted effort to be made to sell Ghana’s music culture to tourists, particularly during the holiday seasons.

He said that it would be a waste of time if tourists came to Ghana and discovered that local people and institutions “were not representing [our] music.”

An announcement regarding the Play Ghana Initiative was made last week by the Creative Arts Agency (CAA) and the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MoTAC).

The initiative encourages disc jockeys, owners of recreational centres, radio and television stations, and other individuals to give priority to music that was created by Ghanaians, as stated by the Director of the CAA, during December and for the rest of their lives.

 

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