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Industry Players Argue If Sarkodie Should Be Studied As A Course

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There is an ongoing debate of who the top 20 or 50 best rappers are, veteran music producer, Hammer, says rapper Sarkodie should be made a course to study in schools.

Speaking in an interview, the producer explained that Sarkodie has achieved something many Ghanaian musicians have not.

“He’s been number one consistently from day one up till now,” he said.

Hammer added that “He’s never compromised on his brand, never followed the hype, never did what was in the books and still survived. Basically, he has disrupted the industry and has become a special case.”

However, entertainment critic, Ola Michael says the educational curriculum cannot have Sarkodie as a course but some aspects of his life can be picked and targeted as a case study for some courses.

According to Ola, there are parts of Sarkodie’s career that can be studied in areas like Literature and Musicology.

He further stated that because of rap’s “violent” history, many educationists have been hesitant adding lyrics or pieces from rap songs.

What many of them forget, according to him, is that rap has rhythm and deeper meanings behind the words that can also be studied like other literary works.

“If you take the beats out of Sarkodie or M.anifest’s rap songs and write the lyrics down, you are reading poetry. That can be taken into the literature curriculum and have Sarkodie’s songs studied as literary pieces,” he explained.

Ola Michael added that people who are studying brand and brand sustenance can also choose Sarkodie’s style and how his brand has evolved, as a case study.

“But we cannot have Sarkodie as we know as an educational curriculum. Also, he cannot be in the curriculum for every stage,” he added.

Sarkodie often raps in his native language Twi and is considered a “multifaceted rapper” due to the various musical styles he possesses

He was ranked 8th on Forbes and Channel O’s 2013 and 2015 list of the Top 10 Richest/Bankable African artistes.

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When You Are Loved And Treated Right, You Glow Differently : Moesha Buduong Praises Boyfriend

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Moesha Buduong is a Ghanaian TV presenter, actress and model who is also known for granting a controversial interview to CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour on issues of sex, love and gender.

Many people have often wondered if Moesha Buduong is still dating sugar daddies.
In a recent post on her Instagram page, Moesha Buduong confirmed that she is in a serious relationship as she wrote that ; “When you are loved and treated properly, you begin to glow differently. I love my man.

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I Like All Kinds Of Women, Slim, Fat, Short, Fair , Dark, Anything Goes : King Promise Reveals

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Since he blew up in the music industry, singer/songwriter, King Promise, has been paired with some beautiful ladies including TV personality, Serwaa Amihere and the model from his ‘Abena’ music video.

The association with these two fair ladies has, however, raised questions on his women of choice when it comes to dating.

Speaking on Drive Time on Joy FM, the ‘Bra’ hitmaker revealed he does not discriminate between women.

“Fair, short, tall, thick, dark, it does not matter to me. Anything goes as long as we have the vibe,” he told Lexis Bill, host of the show.

The artiste also disregarded rumours he was dating the model ‘Abena’ from his music video.

He stated that he, however, understands the confusion as emotions were on display in the video.

“We were ‘lovey-dovey’ in the video because we were trying to express the emotions in the song for people to feel it,” he explained.

King Promise revealed that although he is currently single, he has no interest in dating as his focus is maximising his work output in music.

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Fast-Rising Nigerian Rapper, Cameey, Dies Of Liver Cancer

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Cameey, the upcoming Nigerian rapper, has died. The rapper whose real name was Joel Essoumam has been battling Cancer of the Liver for some time.

The death was announced via his Instagram page around 5:00 pm today (22nd of August, 2019) and his fans have been thrown into a state of mourning.

He had been down with Hepatitis B which later degenerated into cancer of the liver. His management announced his passing on his IG page.

The talented musician earlier announced he needed a whopping sum of N35 million to seek medical services after being diagnosed with cancer of the liver. Rumours have it that he had battled with the deadly Hepatitis B which degenerated into cancer of the liver.

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