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Ghanaian Rapper Sarkodie Features On The New Version Of Bob Marley’s “Stir It Up”

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The Marley camp just release the newest version of Bob Marley’s “Stir It Upand it features one of Africa’s finest rappers, Sarkodie from Ghana. Sarkodie who is one of Africa’s finest rappers and lyricist is just not a role model in the game but also one of the longest serving rappers on the continent with over 1 decade of his career gone and he is still top of the food chain in his country Ghana, West Africa andf African motherland in general. The BET award wining rapper tweeted on Wednesday with great reviews from fans and peers this is definitely another milestone in the career of the Landlord of Ghana music industry.

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Significant one for the Ghanaian music industry.

Reggae legends, Bob Marley and The Wailers usher in the new year with a reimagining of his classic ‘Stir It Up’, in collaboration with Ghanaian rap icon, Sarkodie. We see the Caribbean and Africa unite on one of the most recognisable songs in the world to give us romance and nostalgia.

Check Out Sarkodie’s Quoted Tweet below:

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