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Examples of "sarkodie"
Kofi is brother to fellow soccer players Kwame Sarkodie and Ofori Sarkodie. He also has his own video segment on the Dynamo website named "Morning Kofi".
In 2012, Sarkodie launched the "Rapperholic" album, which received positive reviews from music critics. The album features guest appearances from Efya, Chidynma, Mugeez of R2Bees, Obrafour, Jayso, EL and others. Sarkodie went on a nationwide tour to support the album. The "Rapperholic" album earned Sarkodie his first BET nomination and subsequent win. Sarkodie was also featured on the BET Hip Hop Awards cypher alongside Talib Kweli, Jean Grae and Ab-Soul. He was the only African act featured on the cypher.
On August 28, 2013, Sarkodie released the album's cover to the general public via the social networking site Twitter. The cover shows a young boy surrounded by school textbooks and other educational materials. The young boy is seated in a chair reading a magazine about Sarkodie. Sarkodie also used the album's cover to promote Sark, his clothing brand. Sarkodie was in the United Kingdom for a video shoot when he released the album's cover.
Sarkodie owns "Sark by Yas" clothing line, which was launched on April 27, 2013. The clothing line has accessories for men, women and children. In 2012, he was officially unveiled as the Brand Ambassador for Samsung Electronics at the University of Ghana, Legon. As part of the event, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Pocket and Chief Hero Phones that had customized wallpapers of Sarkodie and his signature; users had the opportunity to download exclusive tracks of Sarkodie. Sarkodie also launched the Obidi Chief headphones. In 2013, he signed an endorsement deal with FanMilk Ghana. Sarkodie is currently in partnership with Tigo Telecommunications Ghana, a brand that sponsored the 2013 "Rapperholic" tour.
These are some of the singles released by Sarkodie.
Hip Hop Song of the Year – Sarkodie (Hand to Mouth)
Born in Dayton, Ohio, Sarkodie played college soccer at the University of Cincinnati, where he majored in accounting. While at college Sarkodie also played in the USL Premier Development League for the Indiana Invaders and the Cincinnati Kings.
Record of the Year – Sarkodie ft. Pat Thomas – Bra
Sarkodie's parents are from Ghana. He has two younger brothers currently playing soccer at the collegiate level: Ofori Sarkodie at Indiana University and Kofi Sarkodie who's with Houston Dynamo.
In August 2011, Sarkodie kicked off his tour in the United States. He performed in several different cities and states, including New York City, Ohio, New Jersey, Maryland, Atlanta, Chicago, Texas and Massachusetts. After releasing his "Rapperholic" album, Sarkodie performed in five different regions in Ghana as part of his Rapperholic nationwide tour. On 7 July 2012, Sarkodie kicked off his tour of Canada. On 16 September 2009, Sarkodie performed alongside Busta Rhymes at the Busta Rhymes Live in Ghana concert. On 27 August 2012, Sarkodie performed at the Africa Unplugged Music Festival, which was held at the Wembley Arena in London. He performed alongside R2Bees, Fally Ipupa and Iyanya. In 2012, Sarkodie joined Ludacris on stage at the 020 live concert to perform the remix of the latter's 2009 single "How Low". On 3 May 2014, Sarkodie performed at the 15th Edition of the Ghana Music Awards. On 7 June 2014, Sarkodie joined Miguel on stage to perform the latter's single "How Many Drinks?", at the MTV Africa Music Awards. On 8 August 2015, Sarkodie performed at the Sarkodie History In The Making concert, which was held at New York City's iconic Apollo Theatre. The sold out concert was supported by EL, Kwaw Kese, Banky W., The Composers, Bisa Kdei and John Dumelo, among others. Sarkodie has also performed in several African countries, including Nigeria, South Africa, Gabon, Kenya, Benin and Liberia. On 10 October 2015, Sarkodie started his European tour in Modena, Italy. As part of the tour, Sarkodie performed four times in Paris. He also performed in Bordeaux, France, as well as in Frankfurt and Dortmund. Sarkodie held the 4th edition of his Rapperholic concert on Christmas Day; tickets for the event were sold out within 72 hours of its release. He was joined on stage by Fuse ODG, R2Bees, Wizkid, Samini, Vvip, Efya and Shatta Wale. On 11 March 2016, Sarkodie performed with The Composers music band at the Indigo 02 arena. The event was hosted by DJ Abrantee. Sarkodie was also supported by rapper Fuse ODG.
Sarkodie, the fourth of five children, was born and raised in Tema to his mother Maame Aggrey. Sarkodie started rapping at a very young age and continued throughout his educational career. He attended Tema Methodist Senior High School. He earned a degree in Graphic Design from IPMC. Sarkodie began his instrumental career as an underground rapper; he appeared on Adom FM's popular rap competition Kasahare Level. It was through rap battles that he met his former manager Duncan Williams of Duncwills Entertainment. He also met musicians Edem and Castro who introduced him to Hammer of The Last Two, an established record producer. Hammer decided to feature Sarkodie on two songs off the "Volta Regime" album after being impressed by his rap flows. After this exposure, Sarkodie recorded his debut album "Makye". His first single "Baby", featuring Mugeez of the duo group R2Bees, became an instant hit and made Sarkodie a household name within the Ghanaian music industry.
On July 13, 2013, Sarkodie launched The Sarkodie Foundation which is tasked with the mission of supporting underprivileged children. He made generous donations to the Royal Seed Home Orphanage in Kasoa. Sarkodie presented to the orphanage items worth thousands of Ghanaian cedis. On December 25, 2014, The Sarkodie Foundation embarked on a feeddakids campaign in Tema, where they provided thousands of kids with eight sacks of rice, yogurt and beverage cans. They also gave away school bags, water bottles, hats and other items. The CEO of Tigo Telecommunications Ghana, Mrs. Roshi Motman, was also in attendance to support the campaign.
After releasing the "Sarkology" album, Sarkodie released the official remix for "Adonai". The remix became an instant hit across Africa, and was featured in BBC's Capital Xtra Top 35 Afrobeats Songs. Sarkodie launched his own record label, Sarkcess Music, in 2014. As part of the launch, he premiered the video for "Adonai" remix and "Special Someone", both of which features Castro and AKA, respectively. Sarkodie also released the songs "Megye Wo Girl", "Love Rocks", "Chingum", and "Whine Fi Me" under the label.
There were reports that Sarkodie was gearing up to release the album at the end of 2013. "Sarkology" was also reported to contain 16 tracks. According to a September 2013 report by "The Ghanaian Chronicle", Sarkodie told the press that the album will contain 30 songs. Sarkodie also told the press that the album will feature production from 13 producers, including Kilbeatz, Magnom and Nshorna.
Sarkodie-Mensah, under the nickname Mr. 24/7, frequently appears in Xavier Woods' YouTube channel "UpUpDownDown".
On July 4, 2016, , Sarkodie released ""Kanta"", a "diss"-reply to Manifest's ""god MC"".
On March 26, 2009 the Rochester Rhinos announced the signing of Sarkodie to a one-year contract.
Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has released three studio albums, one collaborative album and one yet to be released live album.
Currently with Hardboy Music, Atumpan’s recent hit singles include "Regina" and "Gimme some more", which feature Samini and Sarkodie respectively.
Kwame Sarkodie (born April 27, 1985) is an American professional soccer player, who currently plays for Cincinnati Kings Indoor Team.