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Sarkodie and Ruger Collaborate on Upcoming Single ‘Till We Die’

Anticipation Builds as Two African Music Titans Join Forces

Ghanaian rap sensation, Sarkodie, has announced the release of his new single titled ‘Till I Die’, set to drop on October 26, 2023. The track will feature the vocal prowess of Nigerian singer, Ruger. The announcement was made by Sarkodie himself, who took to his social media platforms to share the song cover, captioning the post with, “New Music “Till We Die” ft @rugerofficial OUT Thursday”. Fans of both artists are eagerly awaiting this collaboration, marking the first time these two African music giants will be working together.

The collaboration between Sarkodie and Ruger on ‘Till I Die’ highlights the growing influence of African music on the global stage. It’s a clear indication of the international appeal and recognition that talented artists from the continent are garnering.Sarkodie And Ruger Collaborate On Upcoming Single 'Till We Die', Yours Truly, News, April 15, 2024Sarkodie And Ruger Collaborate On Upcoming Single 'Till We Die', Yours Truly, News, April 15, 2024

In addition to this exciting collaboration, Sarkodie has also been making headlines for his upcoming annual concert at the Grand Arena. Titled ‘Rapperholic the Rebirth’, the concert is scheduled for December 25, 2023. Sharing his enthusiasm and gratitude, Sarkodie expressed in a heartfelt social media post, “Started as an album launch then became an annual Event… thanks to the fans x the team for making history 10 years straight! Now we kick off the next decade. God willing. RAPPERHOLIC “The REBIRTH” A lot planned for the year! Can’t wait to see y’all !!! If you’ve never been, welcome to the family just know it’s about to be your new addiction… Activities line up x Tickets OUT Soon”.

However, it hasn’t been all smooth sailing for the rapper. Recently, Sarkodie found himself amidst controversies involving actress Yvonne Nelson. In her memoir, Nelson made claims about her past relationship with Sarkodie, alleging that he fathered her child in 2010 but declined any responsibilities. Sarkodie has since refuted these claims.

On a brighter note, Sarkodie’s recent collaboration with NSG on the track ‘Lonely’ from their latest album has been making waves, further solidifying his position as a leading figure in the African music industry.

As fans eagerly await the release of ‘Till I Die’, the collaboration between Sarkodie and Ruger promises to be a musical treat that will resonate with audiences worldwide.

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