Sarkodie’s feature with Bob Marley is legendary; nothing beats this – Bulldog

Ghanaian artiste Manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, widely known as Bulldog has reacted to rapper Sarkodie’s feature on late reggae icon, Bob Marley’s “Stir It Up” remix.

The collaboration, according to the former Shatta Wale’s manager, is the best any musician can ever get in on earth.

Speaking on Accra-based Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, Bulldog explained that the kind of collaboration that could be bigger than what Sarkodie has landed will be collaborating with late 2PAC and Michael Jackson.

He claimed that no living artist can match up with the achievements of the late Jamaican singer, Bob Marley.

“Sarkodie’s feature with Bob Marley is legendary. Nothing beats this. Unless Sark goes back to the 2PACs and the Michael Jacksons. No living soul comes close – whether it is JAY-Z or Beyonce,” the artist manager asserted.

The Ghanaian music landlord has earned for himself the record-breaking feature with the late legendary Bob Marley’s camp.

The most decorated African rapper has been featured on the new version of the reggae icon’s “Stir It Up” track.

The original track of the yet-to-be-released remix was done by Bob Marley and the Wailers in 1973, which still remains relevant in recent times.

With the feature, the record-holding African rapper has extended his accolades to become the first African rapper to achieve that feat.

The track comes out on Friday. January 20, which confirms the earlier comment from his camp about doing a feature with an artist who is bigger than American rapper Jay-Z.

Source: Ghana Web