Born Michael Owusu Add, Sarkodie had his breakthrough into mainstream music after Hammer produced him and since then, he rose to a level where no rapper in Ghana can match him.
Ghanaian by birth, the musical journey of Sarkodie, started in Tema where he and his friends will spend nights in the studio recording. He has been adjudged by many folks and music lovers across the globe as one of the best rappers Africa has ever produced.
As expected, people and analysts started to link his success to a secret cult, Illuminati and saying all kinds of bad things about him.
The worse came right after he launched his fifth album called ‘Highest’.
There is a video spotted on Youtube which shows that Sarkodie is a full member of the world’s cult ‘illuminati’
The video collated all pictorial pieces of evidence to show that Sarkodie is Illuminati but whether to believe this allegation depends on the reader and viewer.
Having studied critically the lyrics of ‘dear rap’, (a song released by Sarkodie sometime ago) others have concluded that it is correlative with the Illuminati.
And there are several other phrases and verses some “researchers” have linked them to the secret cult.
- ‘I KILLED MY SOUL’
- AM ABOUT TO RELEASE THE BEAST’
- AM ALWAYS SKINNY BECAUSE AM FIGHTING WITH DEMONS, MASONS, FRESH BLOOD, EMILY, MEDUSA
Now the; “NO GOD, NO HEAVEN”
Obede dropped the bomb shell by braving the guts to say there is no God and no heaven.This statement in the song hit most of the rapperholic fans with a huge shock – which some are yet to recover.
After the rapper and his team realized that the uproar was becoming unbearable, he came up with different spellings of that particular line, ‘’know God, knows Heaven’’ blaming it on the fans for having the ambiguous issue with the line.
Listen to the song below!