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Ghanaian Hip Hop Icon Sarkodie Drops Chest-Thumping Single “Brag”

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Ghanaian Hip Hop Icon Sarkodie Drops Chest-Thumping Single “Brag”

Accra, Ghana – May 10, 2024 – Today, Ghanaian hip hop sensation Sarkodie released his latest single titled “Brag,” solidifying his status as Africa’s foremost rapper. In this anthem, Sarkodie unapologetically reaffirms his dominance in the African music industry, proudly proclaiming himself as the continent’s top rapper.

In “Brag,” Sarkodie showcases his lyrical prowess by name-dropping renowned Nigerian music stars Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, and Asake while asserting his position at the pinnacle of African hip hop. The track boldly declares Sarkodie’s supremacy, stating that his only competition lies in the American rap scene, particularly with Kendrick Lamar and Drake.

Following the release of “Brag,” Nigerian rapper Dremo was swiftly tagged on Instagram by a fan, prompting him to respond with the confident retort, “Hold my beer.” In a rapid retaliation, Dremo fires back at Sarkodie, asserting that success is not measured by longevity but by impact. He challenges Sarkodie’s claims of superiority, asserting that the Nigerian artists mentioned in the track are surpassing him in achievement.

Sarkodie, known for his witty responses, took to Instagram to playfully acknowledge Dremo’s diss, stating that the Nigerian rapper shows promise but requires some refinement. Despite Sarkodie’s self-proclaimed title as Africa’s best rapper, his assertion has stirred little controversy among fellow African rap heavyweights who also make similar claims.

With tensions escalating in the American hip-hop scene amid the ongoing feud between Kendrick Lamar and Drake, it appears that the African hip-hop landscape may be gearing up for its own rap battle. Sarkodie, in anticipation of his upcoming project “The Championship Mixtape,” dropped “Brag” on May 9, 2024, eliciting a swift response from Dremo.

In “Brag,” Sarkodie asserts, “Wizkid came, but I was already doing it; Davido came, but I was improving it. Then Odogwu came through Black Sherif and Asake,” positioning himself as a trailblazer in the African rap game. Dremo, a former DMW signee and esteemed rapper, seized the opportunity to challenge Sarkodie’s claims, igniting a fervent debate among fans.

Listen to Dremo’s response track [here](link to the track).

About Sarkodie:

Sarkodie is a renowned Ghanaian hip hop artist known for his dynamic flow, razor-sharp lyricism, and unmatched stage presence. With numerous awards and accolades to his name, Sarkodie has solidified his status as one of Africa’s most influential and respected musicians.

About Dremo:

Dremo is a Nigerian rapper and former signee of Davido Music Worldwide (DMW). Known for his rapid-fire delivery and bold lyricism, Dremo has garnered a loyal fanbase with his electrifying performances and thought-provoking verses.

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