Sarkodie reacts warmly after school children sang and rapped his song word for word in class (Watch) » GhBase•com™

A bunch of school children singing and rapping Sarkodie’s ‘I’ll Be There’ song ft MOG has attracted the rapper’s attention. 

He shared the video on his Twitter page and obviously awed by the children’s dexterity, he simply wrote- ‘this is too beautiful.’ The song is taken off Sarkodie’s latest studio album, ‘No Pressure.’

We gathered that the pupils are from Talent Experimental School situated in Elubo in the Western Region of Ghana.

Meanwhile, the rapper has asked netizens to help him locate a Ghanaian farmer who was seen in a viral video shared on Twitter rapping his political song.

The song which officially became the political anthem in the build-up to the 2012 elections was seamlessly rapped word for word by the man who seemed to be in his 50s.

Sarkodie was highly impressed with the man, modestly admitted he himself could not recall the lines in the verses of the song yet thus man has unleashed it without breaking any sweat.

I can’t even remember these lines back to back I’m touched … if someone can link me to this man I want to give him a gift … Bless him, Sarkodie wrote.


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