- Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie is receiving accolades on social media for winning another BET award
- Sarkodie was adjudged the 2019 Best International Flow artiste for the BET Hip-hop awards
- The Best International Flow Award has come as an addition to other top awards that Sarkodie has won in his career
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Award-winning rapper Sarkodie, real name Michael Owusu-Addo is undoubtedly Ghana's best rapper for a decade now.
He is currently trending after emerging winner of the 2019 BET Best International Flow artiste for the 2019 BET Hip-hop awards.
The current BET award is an addition to the numerous awards that the 'Can't Let You Go' hitmaker has won in his career.
Here, YEN.com.gh brings to you seven top awards that Sarkodie has won in his career:
1. BET Awards for Best International Act Africa (2012)
2. The Headies for Award for African Artiste of the Year (2016)
3. The Headies Award for Best Reggae/Dancehall Song - No Kissing Babe (2016)
4. MTV Africa Music Award for Best Hip Hop Artiste (2014)
5. Independent Music Award for Best Song - Illuminati (2014)
6. Nigeria Entertainment Award for African Male Artiste of the Year (2018)
7. BET Hip Hop Awards for Best International Flow (2019)
Deducing from the list, it is evident that the Sarkcess Music CEO is undoubtedly the artiste who has won most top awards.
Over a decade now, Sarkodie has been thrilling Ghanaian music lovers with numerous hit songs and performances.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Kumawood actor Don Little after he was seen dancing in a video.
Don Little who was in the company of a friend crossed his hands and displayed the 'Zanku' dance skill.
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