Sarkodie is arguably the biggest Ghanaian artiste in the past, say five years. On the local level, he’s seen and done it all – swept awards, headlined a number of big concerts. His large fan base that supports his works. The ‘Adonai’ hitmaker believes all of his achievements is as result of his being ‘destined for greatness.” He told Nayoka Oware on The Journey Show, his belief in himself is also instrumental to his success.
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“I knew the sky was my limit. I’m that type of person I believe in myself so much. I know that I will never be satisfied with the current situation I will like to push for me but specifically I was not too sure there was going to be someone tattooing their name on … wherever but I knew it was going to succeed.
” He adds: “But the extent that was up to god. He shows the way, and paves the way. I believed that I was going to be successful. I had no doubts.” He also spoke about his lyrics in the past few years, particularly the raps about his enemies or haters trying to break him down or stop his success.
“The thing is i came from a place where there was no love so you can’t blame me for still having that in me. I need to detox myself more and get out of that but I’m still in that… Though I’m Sarkodie now I went through that life for ages but then it sells too because when i do songs like chingam, even Adonai. I’m talking about the hustle and everything. People relate because that is the reality for you.”
Watch interview below.