Ghanaian rapper, songwriter, and entrepreneur, Michael Owusu Addo, widely recognized as Sarkodie, has officially opened his Rapperholic exhibition to the public.
The event, which commenced on December 10, will be available for public viewing for a week, building anticipation for the highly awaited Rapperholic concert.
Notably, this unique exhibition celebrates the legacy of the renowned hiplife artist. Just a day after its official opening, a group of enthusiastic young students from Accra visited the mix design studio in Osu, only to be pleasantly surprised by Sarkodie himself.
The rapper, upon learning of the students’ presence, took a break from his schedule to personally spend quality time with his young fans.
Sharing the heartwarming encounter on his Instagram page yesterday, Sarkodie expressed, “Was home when I heard these amazing kids from Osu Manhean Basic school and @ghanainternationalschool were at the #RapperholicExhibition, so I pulled up to surprise them… Our future lies in their hands.”
Sarkodie’s decision to connect with the students underscores his commitment to fostering a positive impact on the younger generation, as he actively engages with his fans during this unprecedented exhibition, providing them with an intimate glimpse into his celebrated career and influence on the Ghanaian music scene.