Ghanaian reggae artiste and radio/personality, Blakk Rasta, says Sarkodie allowed himself to be used to desecrate the legacy of Bob Marley.
Entertainment pundit, dancehall act and artiste manager, Mr Logic, made some submissions on UTV on January 28, which didn’t sit right with most Sarkodie fans.
Mr Logic in his submission on late Bob Marley’s & The Wailers 1973 classic record “stir it up” remix, which featured Sarkodie, he said, there’s a buzz about the song because it’s a Bob Marley feature, aside that, there’s nothing special because Sarkodie couldn’t bring on board the African fusion many were expecting.
Adding to this, Blakk Rasta on 3FM claimed, he knows what Mr Logic said didn’t sit well with many people but he shares the same view and he’s here to add more to what Mr Logic said.
Sarkodie earlier on made revelation that when the offer came for him to be featured on “stir it up ” remix, he felt he wasn’t worthy to lay his vocals next to Bob Marley.