Reggae Musician cum Radio Presenter, Blakk Rasta has mentioned that Bob Marley will be rolling in his grave over Sarkodie’s feature onhis ‘Stir it up’ as it is a desecration of the legacy of the legendary musician.
“What Sarkodie did is just a desecration of the legacy of Bob Marley. It’s so shameful. What Sarkodie did is nothing but the desecration of the music king. It’s like a king has been buried and you go and dig him up and steal the gold and diamonds he was buried with.”
He continued; “it hurts me so much I decided not to talk about this. Sarkodie allowed himself to be used to desecrate Bob Marley’s legacy. The one-way rap has been on all these years. What Sarkodie does is one-way rap but people are not ready to speak the truth.”
Blakk Rasta said when Bob Marley was alive he said “You can’t love my music when you love Barry White’s music. Barry White was a man who was loved so much in his caucus. Bob Marley was a King in his own right. He was a Legend in the world of Reggae and beyond. Bob marley didn’t only sing Reggae, he culturalized Raggae.
The release of the music collaboration has been met with mixed reactions but the brand Sarkdie is not bothered by negative reviews.
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