Sarkodie agreed in an interviews which has gone viral that he feels Amerado took after him in terms of rap skills.
King Sark added that he is glad how relevant Amerado is becoming in recent times.
The highest proceeded to tell Tim Westwood in the interview that Amerado was part of the upcoming rappers he influenced when he was in his prime and the young rapper is not far from achieving greatness.
Amerado’s name popped up during an interview with Tim Westwood in London and Sarkodie did not hesitate in praising the budding rapper.
Sarkodie also praised Yaw Tog, Kofi Jamar and the other Kumerica rapper in the same interview.
In the same Interview, Sarkodie admitted that although he is the biggest rapper in Ghana, he does not believe he can express his thoughts and emotions perfectly on a drill beat like the Kumericans hence his decisions not to record a drill song.
‘I love drill music, I love to listen to it. The stuff they talk about suit the genre. People push me to do drill music which I can since I rap. But I feel, the authentic drill has a message that I like but cannot relate to talking about it,” king Sark said.
Watch the interview below;
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