Sarkodie is the greatest rapper ever - Nana Aba Anamoah (WATCH)

The world has seen rappers like Lord Kenya, Kanye West, Obrafour, Reggie Rockstone, Jay Z, Tic, Eminem, Kwadee, Tupac among others but in the eyes of Nana Aba Anamoah, Sarkodie is the greatest ever.

Sarkodie and Nana Aba

The Ghanaian broadcaster boldly stated this whilst jamming to Sarkodie's 'Hello' song which features KiDi. "The greatest rapper ever, Sark I mean, you know dada," she said in the video that has attracted Sarkodie's attention.

The video was shared via the Twitter account of GhOne TV from Wednesday's evening Starr Chat show which is hosted by Nana Aba.

Reacting to the video, the Ghanaian rapper quoted the tweet with love emojis to show his appreciation to Nana Aba Anamoah over the accolade. This wouldn't be the first time the Starr FM presenter is making it known to everyone that she is a proud Sark-fanatic.

She has declared it countless times and even hosted Sarkodie's annual flagship show, the Rapperholic Concert in 2018.

Some social media users have agreed with the new judgement of Nana Ana Aba as one tweep, @mcdespiteboat said "this is not an argument. @sarkodie has been the greatest rapper for the past decades with consistency. S A R K O D I E I S A R E L I G I O N".

"No doubt about that is not easy for a rapper to go this far in Africa, especially in Ghana with our language, we must put some respect on his name. @TheNanaAba well said," another Twitter user, @1_solushyn tweeted.

Praises like this are however not new to King Sark. The 'Highest' rapper is the most decorated Ghanaian rapper with about 107 awards received from 191 nominations. These awards include international awards from the corners of the world.

In 2019, Sarkodie won Best International Flow at the BET Hip Hop Awards, Best Worldwide Act at the 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards, Best International Act: Africa, at the 2012 BET awards.

In 2021, the rapper's Black Love Virtual Concert was also adjudged Best Virtual Showcase/Concert at the International Reggae and World Music Awards. Obidi as called by many also grabbed the "African Artiste of the Year" three times, 2012, 2014 and 2015 at the Headies held in Nigeria.


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