Sarkodie, Omar Sterling are beasts
According to EL, he has worked with both artistes and on all occasions, he realised he had to do more.
His comments came on the back of assertions that he has issues with Sarkodie, a reason he mentioned at the event that Omar Sterling is a good rapper.
The Koko hit-maker explained that he made those comments because he thought Omar Sterling did well with Hip-pop the year under review.
According to him, the comment was to consolidate Omar Sterling.
He added that it was not to take anything away from Sarkodie because he knows the prowess of the Hand to Mouth hit-maker.
“I have been in the studio with Omar Sterling, I have been in the studio with Sark and they are beasts and whenever I am in the studio with them, I have to step up my game...” EL said.
Sarkodie’s ‘Hand to Mouth beat Kwaw Kese’s Yakubu, Flowking Stone’s Fire Bon Dem, Omar Sterling’s Nineteen Ninety, Pappy Kojo’s Ay3 Late and EL’s All Black to win Hip-hop Song of the Year while EL beat Pappy Kojo, Omar Sterling, Sarkodie, VVIP and Guru to win the Hiplife/Hip-hop Ariste of the Year.
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