Attendees Of Sarkodie’s Rapperholic Deserve A 50% Refund – Albert Reacts

Journalist Albert has shared his views about the Rapperholic show of rapper Sarkodie claiming attendees deserve a 50% refund because there was nothing special about it.

Just as Sarkodie does every year, over the weekend he held his Rapperholic show, and fans and music lovers graced the occasion to listen to some good music from him and some other artists he invited to help him but Journalist Albert wasn’t pleased at all.

He criticized the people and the whole show asking whether people really paid 450 cedis to go and watch a 2012-2013 performance of Sarkodie because the decline in Sarkodie’s stage game over the years has been staggering.

Just as Sarkodie does every year, over the weekend he held his Rapperholic show, and fans and music lovers graced the occasion to listen to some good music from him and some other artists he invited to help him but Journalist Albert wasn’t pleased at all.

He criticized the people and the whole show asking whether people really paid 450 cedis to go and watch a 2012-2013 performance of Sarkodie because the decline in Sarkodie’s stage game over the years has been staggering.

According to him, it’s depressing that the special artist had nothing special to offer at his Rapperholic show and he thinks attendees deserve a 50% refund since what they paid for wasn’t delivered per his analysis of the whole show.

Some people agree with him that Sarkodie’s stage game is declining and he needs to work on it but others disagreed with him as they believe Sarkodie is doing perfectly well and the show turned out to be great for them.

Sarkodie has been doing this for some time now and looking at the numbers one can say fans and music lovers are enjoying it but then some people think the rapper can do better than his recent performance at the show.

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“I’m Giving Titi Away For Adoption”-Sarkodie Reveals

Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, well known as Sarkodie has revealed that he will be giving his first child, Titi Owusu to a fan for adoption.

This comes after the female fan who bears the same name as his daughter showed him love on the microblogging platform after his just-ended #Rapperholic2021.

Earlier, Sarkodie announced the return of his much-anticipated annual concert, Rapperholic in a uniquely creative way. The Tema-based rapper announced his 2021 Rapperholic Concert on December 25, 2021, in a 1-minute and 44-second freestyle video.

Sarkodie made his debut Rapperholic performance on a motorcycle in Tema, and since then, the BET award-winning rapper has hosted 9 consecutive Rapperholic concerts.

Yesterday happened to be the 2021 edition of the concert and as usual, he never disappointed his fans and music lovers as he thrills them with amazing performances alongside other musicians.

Well, a female fan named Titi Owusu showed the rapper love on social media for his successful concert at the Grand Arena at the Accra International Conference Center. In reaction, Sarkodie stated that he will be giving his daughter to the female fan,

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In other news, Samini, real name Emmanuel Andrew Sammini made a spectacular entry to the Grand Arena during his annual #XperienceConcert yesterday.

The ace dancehall/reggae maestro scheduled his #XperienceConcert in celebration of his 40th birth anniversary as well as his enormous success in the music industry. Samini thrilled his fans with electrifying performances with some of his classic tunes.

‘Winning a Grammy award will be one of my greatest achievements’ ­­– Sarkodie

Ghana’s Most Decorated rapper, Michael Owusu Addo aka Sarkodie has said that winning a Grammy Award will be one of the best moments of his life thus his greatest success.

The Grammy Award, or just Grammy, is an award presented by the Recording Academy to recognize achievement in the music industry. 

The trophy depicts a gilded gramophone. The Grammys are the first of the Big Three networks’ major music awards held annually.

Speaking to Twitter ‘Big man’ KalyJay on #KalyJaySpace via a virtual interview, the rapper mentioned that the Grammy award is one achievement every artist in the world craves for and hopes to get.

“It is going to be the icing on the cake of my career. That’s the highest point of the career of an artist and that’s what they aim for”. He saidin the interview.

In other news, Sarkodie believes his journey in music becoming one of the best rappers alive is a result of his hard work and talent but not entirely the support from Ghanaians.

According to the multiple BET Award-winning rapper, he will not disregard the support he gets from Ghanaians but he believes he worked hard to earn the fame he has today. He made these statements in an interview with One Play Africa.

Still relevant for over a decade in the music scene, Sarkodie added that his career would have come to a premature halt if he had paid attention to the critics who most of the time try to come at him.

The ‘Rollies and Cigars’ crooner further intimated that most of his colleagues he started with were not able to handle the pressure which is why their respective musical careers grounded to a premature halt.

When people say it is Ghanaians who made you who you are, I don’t deny it. Funnily enough, I wouldn’t have quit either.

I do this not because i get all the support. There are a lot of people who do not support me or like what I do. When Ghanaians say they have been supporting for 10 years, ago.

Sarkodie however stated he has trained himself to be his own motivation and does not rely on the energy his supposed fans give out.

Check out this yet-to-be-released tune Sarkodie made with Nana Ampadu before his death [Video]

Rapper Sarkodie had made a special track with Highlife legend Nana Ampadu long before his death today, September 28, 2021.

The news of the passing of the musical avatar sent chilled shivers down the spines of all music-loving Ghanaians who have come to appreciate the distinct singing abilities of Nana Ampadu.

However, little did we know that rapper Sarkodie has a yet-to-be-released track with Nana Ampadu?

During one of his usual IG live sessions, Sarkodie thrilled fans with a tune that he had made with Nana Ampadu. The highlife tune had an afrobeat injection which makes it quite great to listen to.

As we remember Nana Ampadu and the legacy he left behind, it is just right for us to listen to this mad tune he did with Sarkodie which is yet to be released.