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Young and energetic artists keep me on my toes -Sarkodie confesses

Young and energetic artists keep me on my toes -Sarkodie confesses


Ghana's iconic rapper, Sarkodie has explained why he is still successful in the music industry even though there are more young and energetic musicians taking over recently. 

Confessing at BBC Radio 1Xtra's Afrobeats Concerto, he said these young artists keep him on his toes.

BBC's Radio 1Xtra's Afrobeats Concerto was organised to celebrate 20 years of Radio 1Xtra's commitment in pushing Black music and culture. 

Kadi engaging Sarkodie at the concert pushed him to talk about how impressed he was with the next generation of talented African artists particularly the ones from Ghana.

 "It's beautiful, I love it. It puts me on my toes, and at the same time I have hope that what we've built is going to be protected and it's going to be there for a minute.''

''So I am super proud to see all these superstars, I know that even when I retire, Afrobeats is going to be alive. So big shouts to all, especially the superstars coming out from my hometown GH." 

"I love Afrobeats. Afrobeats is the biggest genre out there right now."

King Sark performed his 'Rollies & Cigars' and 'Lucky' songs at the concert.

Sarkodie was chosen out of the many artists to perform at the Afrobeat Concerto and he delivered as expected.

BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Afrobeat Concerto was full of Afrobeat artists joining hands with the BBC symphony for a solitary concert.

At the concert, BBC Radio 1Xtra provided backing vocals as booked artists took the stage to perform. Their collaboration ended with an amazing performance.

Other artists booked for the concert were Nikita Kering, CKay,  Pheelz, and Maleek Berry.

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