Rapper Medikal strongly believes that he was the lifeline to Ghanaian rap music some four years ago when Sarkodie is still alive.



According to him, he saved the country’s rap music from dying and promises to keep it so.

Basking in the glory of bagging two awards ‘Rapper of the Year’ and ‘Hip-Hop Artiste of the Year’ – at the 20th anniversary of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) this year, Medikal bragged that he is the saviour of rap music.

“4 years ago I saved Ghanaian Rap music from dying and I promise to keep it alive,” he boasted on Instagram.

Medikal walked home with no awards after bagging seven nominations at 2017 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.



Sarkodie has been announced winner of BET’s Best International Flow act at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards.

Nominees in the category included Nigerian rapper; Falz the Bad Guy, Ghetts from the United Kingdom, Kalash from France, Female rapper; Little Simz from the UK, South African hip pop prodigy; Nasty C, and Tory Lanez of Canada.

Sarkodie in his acceptance speech dedicated the award to his daughter, Adalyn Owusu Addo (Titi), and used the opportunity to urge the world to visit Ghana as part of the Year of Return celebrations.



Sarkodie is now the:

– First Person in history to win Best International Flow
– First Ghanaian to win two BET awards
-First Ghanaian with 63 million views on a music video on YouTube.
-Most awarded African rapper of all time.
– First Rapper to win Artiste of the decade.

Now we know the real saviour of Ghana rap.