Video of little boy rapping Sarkodie's Advice word-for-word goes viral

Video of little boy rapping Sarkodie's Advice word-for-word goes viral has come across a video involving a nine-year-old boy rapping the verses of rapper Sarkodie’s Advice song.

In the video, the young boy whose name is Kwadwo Gilchris was seen rapping swiftly mimicking Sarkodie.

In an interview with ZionFelix, Kwadwo Gilchris revealed that he has a lot of talent when it comes to music.

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This is not the first time Gilchris is proving he has rap skills since he has been captured in other video rapping.

Gilchris seems to have impressed social media users who chanced upon the video that was posted by ZionFelix.

Instagram users on watching a snippet of the video reacted:

@poku_gram heaped praise on Gilchris: "Clever kid unfortunately the lyrics are too strong for a 9 year old."

@thekhareemaaguiar expressed his admiration for Gilchris: "Lyrics is the problem,too strong and inappropriate for his age.hes great still.young man nxt time pick lyrics your size."

@bayonagh1 wished Gilchris success in the industry: "The boy be young Legend, he's control the industry soon."

@amantanalukeman admired Gilchris: "Dix guy b extraordinary."

@youngjad commented: "Wow wow @sarkodie invite him to the studio. Please."

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The video has attracted a lot of love and admiration for Kwadwo Gilchris as many foresee him becoming a good artiste one day.

Kwadwo Gilchris wowed Ghanaians after a video of him rapping popped up for the first time.

At the time, Gilchris was in the company of his school colleagues as he sang and rapped a song that was created by himself.

Even though he is only nine years, Gilchris has proven that he has talent which will make him become a good musician one day.

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