The Ghanaian rapper, who has won two BET Awards, surpasses Black Sherif to become the second Ghanaian artist to accumulate 100 million streams. He has had an incredible run with his past singles and most recent album “JAMZ.”
He follows in the footsteps of other artists like as Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido, Diamond Platinumz, Fireboy DML, Joeboy, Ayra Starr, Fireboy, Asake, Adekunle Gold, Pheelz, Kizz Daniel, Ruger, Mayorkun, Omah Lay, and Rayvanny who have reached and surpassed the 100M streaming milestone.
Sarkodie stopped by the Boomplay office earlier on Thursday as part of his pre-release promotions for the “Jamz” album.
When informed of the upcoming success, he tweeted to his followers, “Inside @BoomplayMusicGH offices and I’ve been told we hitting 100 mill streams.” Thank you, SARKNATION Let’s start out with the #Jamzalbum.
Sarkodie was the most streamed artiste on Boomplay in 2021, based on Boomplay’s 2021 Recap, an annual campaign that highlights stats and insights of artist performances based on music consumption by users across Boomplay’s operational regions under a specified year in review.
The streamer’s 2022 Recap is scheduled to be released in a few weeks, and SarkNation supporters are excited to learn what honors King Sark, the Landlord, will receive.
The 10-song album features notable contributions from Oxlade, Lojay, Joeboy, BNXN (fka Buju), Cina Soul, Black Sherif, Kranium, and Ink Boy, who embellish these tracks with sultry hooks and incredibly infectious melodies. The Tema-based BET Award-winning artist’s most recent single, “Labadi,” was produced by King Promise, with whom he regularly collaborates. This new project, which has outstanding production from Coublon, Guiltybeatz, Masterkraft, MOG, and TSB, embodies how Sarkodie feels.