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Sarkodie Gets Featured On Bob Marley’s Stir It Up ‘Special’ Remake (VIDEO)

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Sarkodie Get Featured On Bob Marley's Stir It Up

Ghanaian multiple award-winning musician Sarkodie has been featured on reggae music legend Bob Marley’s special new version of Stir It Up Remake.

Bob Marley shared the good vibe news on Instagram. He captioned:

Bob Marley
Bob Marley

🎶🚨 a special new version of “Stir It Up” is coming THIS FRIDAY featuring Ghanaian 🇬🇭 artist @Sarkodie! Pre-save the track today at link in bio.

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From #Sarkodie: “What a way to kick start this year !!! Definitely one of the highest moments in my career/Life… Big shouts to the team at island records @akosuas_ @Jaykjs and the Marley family for getting me on this amazing project by the legend #bobmarley… such a blessing to lay my vocals right next to the original vocals of the Gong…”

A like post was also shared on Twitter by Bob Marley’s official Twitter page – to which Sarkodie quoted and said:

“Finally we get to share with the world !!! Definitely the biggest highlight in my music journey 🙏🏿 big honor.. Friday we enjoy this! More stories to share ✌🏾”

Definitely, this is bigger than Jay Z, if you remember past events and statements made by Sark’s road manager.

https://twitter.com/withAlvin__/status/1615798451492556803

Source: OccupyGh.com 

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