Sarkodie listed as Africa's Number 1 rapper of all time in new list

Sarkodie listed as Africa's Number 1 rapper of all time in new list

- Rapper Sarkodie has emerged as Number One in the list of All-Time Africa's Best Rapper ranking that is trending on social media

- In the list consisting 50 rappers from various African countries, Sarkodie was positioned at number one

- Aside Sarkodie, six other Ghanaian rappers including Reggie Rockstone and Obrafour made the list

Popular Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has been ranked as Africa's number one all-time best rapper by a new list that has surfaced on social media.

According to the list, the 'Adonai' hitmaker comes top of other African rappers in the list of 50 all-time rappers.

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In the list sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sarkodie emerged as Africa's most successful rapper in recent times.

Aside seven Ghanaian rappers, the list had names of rappers from Nigeria, Tanzania, Cote d'Ivoire, South Africa, Zimbabwe among others.

The first five rappers consisted of Sarkodie from Ghana, M.I Abaga from Nigeria, Jovi from Mali, Aka and Casper Nyovest from South Africa.

Other Ghanaians who made the list was Manifest ranked at number eleven, Reggie Rockstone at number twenty and Obrafour at number twenty-seven.

The remaining were Lord Kenya ranked at number forty-two, E.L at number forty-five and Okyeame Kwame at number forty-six.

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Meanwhile, Nigeria and South Africa had the most rappers with Nigeria registering eleven rapper while South Africa got ten rappers.

Sarkodie must be a happy man seeing that in the whole of Africa, he has been listed as all-time best rapper.

Indeed Sarkodie has taken rap music global as one African who has style and punch lines even with his Twi dialect.

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According to a research by YEN.com.gh, the actress changed her name from Agyemang to McBrown because at a point she was adopted by a man called Mr. Kofi McBrown.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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