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Sarkodie Releases “Brag” Official Music Video

Sarkodie Photo By @Josh_Snaps
Sarkodie Photo by @josh_snaps

Ghanaian rap icon Sarkodie has unveiled the official music video for his latest hardcore rap single, “Brag,” produced by FORTUNE DANE and directed by KJ Spio & Kunai. The track is part of his upcoming mixtape, “The Championship,” and serves as a testament to Sarkodie’s sharp-tongued lyricism and confident delivery.

In “Brag,” Sarkodie boldly references prominent African music stars such as Burna Boy (Odogwu), Asake, and Black Sherif, while also asserting his seniority over Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy. The song showcases Sarkodie’s unwavering confidence and solidifies his position as a trailblazer in the African music scene, emphasizing his extensive experience and influence.

The release of “Brag” is a special treat for Sarkodie’s dedicated fanbase, Sarknation, as the rapper has chosen to release the mixtape in real time as a gift for his loyal supporters. This move reflects Sarkodie’s ongoing commitment to engaging with and rewarding his fans, following the success of his previous album “Jamz,” released in November 2021, and a series of impactful singles.

Sarkodie’s decision to release “The Championship Mixtape” exclusively for his fanbase on May 24, with the possibility of an earlier release, demonstrates his dedication to delivering compelling and impactful music while engaging with his audience. The mixtape is anticipated to further showcase Sarkodie’s prowess as a versatile and influential figure in the African music scene.

The release of “Brag” has sparked heated debates and discussions, igniting a rap war between Ghana and Nigeria as Sarkodie asserts his status as the African rap god. The song has garnered attention and reactions from music enthusiasts across the continent, solidifying Sarkodie’s place as a rap heavyweight and one of the greatest in the game.

Osafo Daniel
Digital Media, PR, Marketing, Web Dev. & SEO

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