This information was revealed by Sarkodie, in a conversation with Emmanuel Sandyman, also known as Fire Stick, a Ghanaian socialite living in the UK. Sarkodie made it clear to them throughout their talk that he will never engage in combat with any upcoming rapper from Ghana who directly or indirectly confronts him.
I feel you only answer when you’re unsure of your [superior] position, he remarked, explaining his perspective.
However, King Sark said that he would be open to facing an international rapper. “M.I. Yeah, abaga. I think so,” he agreed. He responded, “Cassper, sure,” when the host mentioned the South African rap artist Cassper Yyovest “.
Sark defended his decision to compete with the aforementioned rappers by demonstrating with his hands in the air that they are on a “higher level” and adding, “No disrespect [to other rappers], but let’s be practical, businesswise.”
The most accomplished rapper in Ghana claims that his main interests are promotional. “South Africa will be watching what I do if I have a poetic duel with Cassper. Nigeria will watch if I fight M.I.
The rapper stated that if he challenged someone from Ghana, only Ghanaians would watch and Ghanaians are already his audience. The rapper is known to have only battled M.anifest, another top-tier Ghanaian rapper. “Who would I then want to listen to me battle?” he then asked. ”
Rap war between the rappers “Highest” and “godMC” from 2016 is still one of the most talked-about in Ghana. In 2018, when King Sark attended Manifest’s concert, they lit up the lyrical peace pipe.
Later, the two best rappers from Ghana worked together on a single that Sarkodie published. The song’s name was “Brown Paper Bag.”