In conjunction with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, he announced this at the Afrobeats Concerto on British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Radio 1Xtra.
Eddie Kadi, Remi Burgz, and DJ Edu served as the event’s hosts. It was organized to commemorate 20 years of Radio 1Xtra’s commitment to exposing Black music and culture.
Inquiring about his thoughts on the upcoming generation of “young talented African artistes coming out of the continent, particularly Ghana, your motherland,” Kadi spoke with Ghanaian rapper and businessman Sarkodie.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SarkCess Music responded, “It’s beautiful, I adore it.
“It puts me on my toes,” he revealed, adding “and at the same time I have hope that what we built is going to be protected and it’s going to be there for a minute. So I am super proud to see all these superstars, I know that even when I retire, Afrobeats is going to be alive. So big shouts to [all], especially the superstars coming out from my hometown GH [alias] Ghana.” He drew robust applause from the cosmopolitan audience.