A photo has immerged out of nowhere and the hardcore fans of Sarkodie, Sark Natives cannot keep their calm.
The photo which had Chris Attoh, Edem [formerly Ayigbe Edem] and a young Sarkodie who was yet to taste money and fame referred to the rapper as “& co”.
It is a common practice in Ghana to refer to upcoming acts who have been billed for a show as “& co”, “and more” etc, however, it never crossed anyone’s mind that the most decorated rapper in Africa could have been regarded as such.
The photo was taken in 2009 during the 10th anniversary of the Ghana Music Awards around the time Sarkodie released his debut album dubbed, “Makye.”
Makye received positive reviews from critics and fans. It was supported by a concert held at Holy City Gardens in Accra. On 16 September 2009, Sarkodie performed alongside Busta Rhymes at the Busta Rhymes Live in Ghana concert. In 2010, his “Push” and “Baby” songs were ranked ninth and thirteenth on Joy FM’s Top 50 songs of 2009, respectively. The album’s lead single “Baby” became an instant hit and gave Sarkodie exposure.
May your Hardwork and perseverance have favour and grace find you so your ‘ & Co’ turns to King one day too. In Jesus name 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/EKQcqpZp0z
— Mr. Desmond Blackmore (@DBLACKGH) May 26, 2020
Sark Natives have been full of praise for their artiste for making impressive strides to stay relevant since his inception depicting the familiar “zero to hero” kinda story.
Here are some reactions from social media:
"& Co "?
God Bless Sarkodie 🙌 pic.twitter.com/Eb0jhhaEXc
— Eli Kofi 🖤🗡️ (@eli___k) May 26, 2020
Sarkodie was & Co sometimes back now here he is
Never give up on your hustle 😢❤❤ pic.twitter.com/nwqNlneyHe
— Bra Poly💉💉 🇬🇭 (@PolySarkcess) May 26, 2020
Sarkodie's name was written boldly in his shirt but he was referred to as "& co"
Some of you guys should understand if he brags in his rap
Man taya pic.twitter.com/Qvbpa8wO5j
— 😷Nsawam Michael Scofield😷 (@OkwasiaBiNti) May 26, 2020