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Sarkodie to host The Rapperholic rebirth at Grand Arena

Ghana’s renowned rapper, Sarkodie, has exciting news for his fans as he prepares to bring back The Rapperholic Concert.

This upcoming edition of the concert will take place in Accra, Ghana, specifically at the Grand Arena on Castle Road, and is scheduled for December 25, 2023.

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Sarkodie shared the eagerly anticipated announcement via a tweet today, on October 2, 2023.

He noted that he is currently pushing for the prices of the tickets to be reduced.

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“Don’t let the team see this I’m pushing for them to reduce prices and still pull a dope show tho we paying more for this years RAPPERHOLIC,” he added.

In 2022, Sarkodie made history by becoming the first African artist to host a full concert in the desert of the United Arab Emirates, specifically in Dubai, thanks to the efforts of CEEK.

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Against the backdrop of the scorching desert sun, Sarkodie kicked off his remarkable performance with the track ‘Illuminati’, seamlessly transitioning into ‘Rollies and Cigars’.

He continued to deliver an electrifying performance, captivating the audience until he concluded with the hit song ‘Adonai’ from his Sarkology album.

Sarkodie, renowned for his rap skills in his native language, is celebrated as a versatile rapper with an impressive track record, boasting over 200 million streams and more than 100 awards to his name.

Notably, he clinched the inaugural BET Best International Flow award in 2019 and earned recognition from the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards as the ‘Artist of The Decade’. Furthermore, he received an honor from the Afrobeats Music Awards for his exceptional contributions to the growth and global expansion of African music.

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