- Sarkodie has been known for his current looks, that is his hairstyle and beard, for a long time
- A graphic designer has, however, given the rapper a new look by making him bald in anew photo
- The funny photo has drawn laughter from fans and other social media users
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Award-winning rapper Sarkodie, born Michael Owusu Addo, is not only popular for his rap skills but his good looks.
Since he became prominent in the music industry a little over 10 years ago, he has always maintained his fine-boy look.
Underlying his fine-boy has been his signature haircut and beard which have been a constant presence of his total persona for years.
But in latest twist, a graphic designer called September Degree has given the award-winning rapper a brand new and unexpected look.
The artist has recreated Sarkodie as a baldhead, 'sakora', as it is said in the local parlance instead of his regular hairstyle.
In a photo from Septemba Degree which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sarkodie could be seen wearing a white t-shirt.
Looking into the sky and away from the camera, Sarkodie gave a very broad and heartwarming smile.
But he had no hair on his head as he is usually known for even though his beard was present.
The photo, YEN.com.gh understands, was the artist's recreation of an already existing photo of Sarkodie on social media which had him having hair.
The artiste later shared a video showing how the picture of Sarkodie was transformed into a bald one.
Following the 'sakora' photo of Sarkodie many social media users have been caught laughing.
@thephormulla_tailor: thought it was funny: "You blast ooo."
@travis.nana_blakk thought a line in Sarkodie' head would have completed the look: "@septembadegree fa aboi no hooki no 3h anaa."
@_shiraaaa.xx tagged Sarkodie to come and see: "@sarkodie @septembadegree destroyed your career Travis."
@karikari.des just did not mind how the head looked like: "We no day check the head but the talent."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently reported on the emergence of a video of Sarkodie rapping on a bus on his way to stardom.
In the video, e was in the company of other Tema-based rappers Yaa Pono, D Cryme, and others believed to be travelling to an event ground for a show.
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