Africa’s king of rap music Sarkodie has received the plaque for Best International Flow award he won at the 2019 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Hip Hop Awards.
The decorated rapper was nominated in the newly created Best International Flow category together with six other acts, Falz (Nigeria), Ghetts (U.K), Kalash (France), Lil Simz (U.K), Nasty C (South Africa) and Tory Lanez (Canada).
After emerging as the ultimate winner for the prestigious ceremony held at Cobb Energy Center in Atlanta, GA, October last year, Sarkodie has finally had his trophy delivered to him.
He made the announcement on Instagram as he shared a viral video which captured him showcasing the plaque.
Sarkodie during his acceptance speech at the grand event dedicated the award to his daughter, Adalyn Owusu Addo (Titi). He used the opportunity to urge the world to visit Ghana as part of the Year of Return celebrations.
“I just want to say thank you to the Almighty God. To family, this one is for my lil girl Titi…. I think Africa has always had it and it is about that time. This year is the Year of Return and I will urge each and every one of you here to take a trip back home,” he said.