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Here are 10 notable Nigeria/Ghana hip-hop collaborations

Hip-hop is a big part of the Nigerian and Ghanaian music industries.

Here are 10 notable Nigeria/Ghana hip-hop collaborations

Recently, Ghanaian superstar rapper Sarkodie released a chest-thumping record 'Brag' on which he restates his status as Africa's biggest rapper. Sarkodie's claim has led to what has now become a rap beef between rappers in Nigeria and Ghana with Dremo being the first Nigerian rapper to reply to Sarkodie.

Perhaps finding inspiration in the ongoing historic beef between Drake & Kendrick Lamar, rappers in Ghana and Nigeria are engaging in an online face-off.

While listeners await the ongoing beef between Ghanaian and Nigerian rappers to supply quality disses, here are some of the notable Nigeria/Ghana rap collaborations.

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10 notable Nigeria/Ghana rap collaborations.

Sarkodie and Vector brought their A game on this exciting hip hop record that emphasises their status in African hip hop.

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Ice Prince delivered a stellar chorus while Sarkodie laid his trademark swaggering bars for one of the best partnerships from both countries.

In the early days of his career when his fame began traveling beyond the shores of Nigeria, megastar Wizkid delivered a timeless hook for this R2Bees classic.

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Sarkodie combined with vibrant Nigerian Street hop star Zlatan for this up-tempo party-starting hip-hop star.

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Two of African hip hop's finest rappers MI Abaga and M.anifest combine for this lyrical masterclass.

For one of the remixes of his Trap hit record 'King Kong', Vector called on Sarkodie who delivered as expected.

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Sarkodie called on Nigerian RnB superstar Banky W to craft a smooth chorus for this hit record that marks one of the highest points in the commercialization of African hip hop.

Deploying the era-dominating Azonto style, DJ Neptune assembled Nigerian stars Olamide and Boj joined by Ghanaian Dancehall maestro Stonebwoy for this sensational rap record.

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As part of the tracks for his third album 'Chairman', MI called on fellow hip-hop stars Sarkodie and Ice Prince for a celebration of their status as continental forces.

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M.anifest tapped Nigerian super talent Burna Boy who crafts a memorable hook for this captivating love record.

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