The Ghanaian ace rapper has collaborated with the legendary Jamaican singer, who has had an impact even after his death.
Ghanaian heavyweight rapper Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has confirmed that he will be featured on a song with late Jamaican icon Bob Marley.
The two-time BET Hip Hop Award winner, who has been one of the most consistent and sought-after rappers on the continent, recently dropped his seventh studio album, "Jamz," and while the project continues to garner numbers and feats, the rapper is kickstarting the new year with the incredible achievement.
According to the rapper, he will be featured on a new version of the classic Bob Marley and The Wailers song "Stir It Up," which will be released on January 20th, 2022. Speaking about the feature, Sarkodie was reported to have said:
What a way to kick start this year !!! Definitely one of the highest moments in my career/Life… Big shouts to the team at island records @akosuas_ @Jaykjs and the Marley family for getting me on this amazing project by the legend #bobmarley… such a blessing to lay my vocals right next to the original vocals of the Gong…
Listen to the snippet below