NKZ frontman Guru, and highlife singer Bisa Kdei who have come under criticism recently for alleged below-par performances, delivered  more confident sets at Sarkodie’s on-going  Rapperholic concert.

Running through their popular catalogues, they impressed patrons with elegant performances at a show which has also seen very good performances from Ras Kuuku, 2 Fingers, Article Wan, Nii Funny, and CJ Biggerman, A.I, Joey B and Tema-based disc jokey K Krack.

Rapperholic is also the name of Sarkodie (born Michael Owusu Addo)’s sophomore album, and he’s reportedly finalizing work on his fifth solo album “The Highest”, which comes out early next year.

Recipient of several local and international awards including the prestigious BET Best International Act: Africa in 2012, Sarkodie has released Makye (2009), Rapperholic (2012), Sarkology (2014), Mary (2015), as well as the joint album TMG with producer Jayso in 2013.

 

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