Rapperholic was game
This year marked 10 years of multiple award-winning rapper, Sarkodie’s Rapperholic and patrons had expected nothing short of what truly defined a decade of great entertainment.
That was exactly the state of affairs at this year’s Rapperholic when it came off at the Grand Arena of Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on Christmas Day.
Armed with the knowledge of giving merry makers a full plate of good stagecraft and delivery, Sarkodie, who has grown a huge following with chart topping tracks such as Country side, Can’t Let you Go, Lucky, Adonai, Sarkcess Story, You Go Kill Me among many others proved his mettle as to why he still remains a favourite in the game after many years.
For over an hour, it was a “legal case” of back to back hits with Sarkodie taking patrons on his 10 years journey complemented with good memories of his humble beginnings.
Of course, with a rich collection, patrons had enough fun, thanks to the two time VGMA Artiste of the Year who didn’t fail to satisfy their party cravings.
The event started around 10pm with some underground artistes whetting the appetite of guests. The likes of Tulenkey, Kofi Jamar, Kwabena Kwabena, Akwaboah, Sefa, Keche, Camidoh and Tinny also had their turn to thrill the audience.
After the phenomenal performances from these artistes Edem and Kwaw Kese came on stage to introduce Sarkodie. The trio performed You Dey Craze.
Sarkodie wasted no time performing songs like Original, Return of the Spartan, Illuminati, Rollies and Cigar among others.
He interlaced his performances with the introduction of artistes he has collaborated with. This called for the likes of Efya, Joey B, King Promise and Oxlade from Nigeria joining him on stage to thrill the audience.
The highlight of the show was when Black Sherif joined him to perform Country Side. The duo made a powerhouse and the thunderous cheers just defined the mood of the crowd at the time.
The event ended in the early hours of Monday with visibly thrilled patrons looking forward to another Rapperholic in 2023.