Financial Times, a London-based daily newspaper indulges the internationally recognized Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie in a ‘Q &A’ to discuss his music, die-hard fan base and personal life.
Many people may know Sarkodie for just his plethora of hit records and perfect brand positioning. Sarkodie in his interview with Financial Times has shared some never published stories about his life growing up, his dislikes and his take on politics.
Below are some of the highpoints we took notice of in the dialogue.
- Sarkodie’s earlier ambition was to be a doctor
- Sarkodie studied Graphic Designing at IPMC after high school and graduated with a degree in Graphic Designing
- Sarkodie’s mentor growing was Obrafour but currently following the blueprint of Jay Z
- Sarkodie chooses ambition over talent. He believes people zero talent are making it way bigger than people with serious talent.
- Sarkodie doesn’t about political parties but rather the well-being of the country and it’s citizens.
- Giving an answer to what keeps him going, Sarkodie acknowledged the support of his fans and his grim persistence.
- He mentioned his family and being able to fend for them as his greatest achievement.
- Sarkodie finds negative energy in people as the most irritating thing he can’t deal with.
Find the full story here : https://www.ft.com/content/d278960b-9cfe-4d2e-8226-c3fedd6c3d9a