NPP Flag Cited Waving In Sarkodie’s Stir It Up (Remix) Video


Black Entertainment Television (BET) award-winner Michael Owusu Addo known professionally as Sarkodie has shown that he’s not only legendary with music but his love for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is also appealing.

After much social media brouhaha on the rapper’s release of the Stir It Up by Legendarydeaceased reggae artiste Bob Marley The Stir It Up remix video is finally out. And in the end bit of the number 1 trending music video on YouTube, an NPP flag was waving in one of the many scenes.

The NPP flag-waving scene was fast but social media ‘Detectives’ were able to capture the moment and garner attention to the video. Some Netizens have started talking about it.

Remember, Somewhere last year, the Sarkodie-NPP conversation became a topic of national interest when he released the “Happy Day” song.

The second verse of the ‘Happy Day’ song had Sarkodie endorsing Nana Addo for his second term in office.

It has been the talk of the town following news that Sarkodie has landed a feature in Stir It Up remix of the late Bob Marley, one of the pioneers of reggae.

Sarkodie has described the feature as one of the most significant moments of his entire career. Kindly note that the original “Stir It Up” was first released in 1973 by Bob Marley and the Wailers.

Bob Marley’s management team also made a similar announcement by expressing how privileged they were to have one of Africa’s best rappers on the project.


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