Sarkodie Lauds M.anifest’s ‘Azumah Nelson Flow’ Video

Sarkodie Lauds M.anifest’s ‘Azumah Nelson Flow’ Video

Rapper Sarkodie has in a recent tweet, commended colleague, M.anifest’s latest work titled ‘Azumah Nelson Flow’.

In ‘Azumah Nelson Flow’, the ‘Nowhere Cool’ crooner eulogizes the nation’s illustrious sportsman Azumah Nelson.

The song sees the God MC strike a defiant tone on the drum and horn-heavy thumper produced by Radical the Kid.

Visuals to the single was released on the video which was released on 19th July 2018  to mark his 60th birthday.

Sarkodie, has praised the artistic work of M.anifest especially the music video on Twitter.

Together with a link for the video, Sarkodie praised the quality of Azumah Nelson Flow, describing it as “dope”.

M.anifest is well known for producing songs with thought-provoking lyrics.

Meanwhile, for any close timeline follower of both artistes, one would realize that their relationship had not been too good.

About two years ago, the two rappers locked in lyrical fisticuffs.

This resulted in the ‘Bossy-God MC-Kanta War of 2016’.

After M.anifest released ‘godMC,’ his lyrics was interpreted to mean an attack on Sarkodie. This caused Sarkodie to also reply to him with ‘Kanta.’

The debate on which of them was the best rapper raged especially among music fans with trolls and shades from either side.

Nonetheless, both artistes have their unique way of presenting their work.

The both have also chalked successes in the music industry by projecting their respective crafts and brands.

Hence, Sarkodie’s praise has been interpreted by some fans of both artistes to be mean the ‘war’ is possible over.

tweet below;



M.anifest – Azumah Nelson Flow  via @YouTube my man always come through with em dope visuals 👌🏾👌🏾🇬🇭🇬🇭 Love this

Citizen Kwadwo

Kingsley Adomako Odrey known professionally as Citizen Kwadwo, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger,IT Mugul, Businessman, and Web Developer. Follow : Instagram- @citizenkwadwo Twitter: @Citizenkwadwo Facebook: Citizen Kwadwo

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