Sarkodie’s contributions to African music cited in a forum at Oxford University (Watch)

Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, has shared videos of his contributions to Africa’s creative space being cited at a forum at Oxford University, England.

Credit: Sarkodie (Instagram)

The internationally recognized artiste shared these videos and pictures on his Instagram Story on March 11, 2022.

This prompted a fan of his to post on Twitter that Sarkodie’s craft has no competition on the African continent.

‘The 's brand is topic of discussion at Oxford University, England. "Oxford Africa Business Forum", I don’t think there's any rap or music brand that can be compared to Sarkodie in Africa.’


In one of the videos, the moderator of the forum is heard saying, “we are going to talk about the new age in creative arts in Africa.”

In 2016, Sarkodie made Ghana proud when he delivered a speech at Harvard University.


He was invited to address a conference of students themed ‘The Art Of The Hustle’, and shared his life experiences as one of Africa’s successful musicians.

As usual of him, he excelled in taking up that rare opportunity to address some students of one of the world’s most prestigious educational institutions, Harvard Business School in the US’s state of Massachusetts.


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