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The ‘Bob Marley’ Collaboration Is My Biggest Achievement So Far – Sarkodie

Michael Owusu Addo, better known as Sarkodie from Ghana, has expressed his delight over his new song with Bob Marley.

Sarkodie has undoubtedly started the year 2023 off well by working with iconic reggae artists Bob Marley and the Wailers band on a new version of Bob Marley’s timeless song “Stir It Up,” which was released in 1973.

The head of Sarkcess Music revealed that the project is the pinnacle of his musical career after dropping a clue about it on January 18th.

Finally, we get to share with the World. Definitely, my biggest highlight in my music journey, big honour. Friday, we enjoy this,” he tweeted.

The Caribbean joins forces on one of the most well-known songs in the world for the new single and video, which were both formally launched today.

The late and well-known reggae musician Bob Marley wrote one of the most well-known songs in the entire globe. The new song’s characteristic guitar strumming is heavily included and was created by Ghanaian producer MOG.

The song is already generating a lot of attention and buzz with differing viewpoints due to its widespread awareness and importance in areas of world music, especially with Sarkodie’s performance.

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