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Footballer Kevin Prince Boateng Confirms Collaboration with Sarkodie on His Upcoming “Power” EP

Most Ghanaians continue to wonder the connection between Sarkodie and German-Ghanaian star, Kelvin Prince Boateng as the footballer tweeted a song recorded with the Rapper on his Twitter page.

Well, concurring to our Insight Trends source, Sarkodie will be highlighted on Kelvin Prince Boateng’s yet to be dropped “Force” collection.

As of now Kelvin Prince Boateng has affirmed the data on his Social Media handles after he was found in a viral video with his companion and club mate, Mario Balotelli with the subtitle “Force stacking” leaving such countless fans energized.

Boateng is a sharp artist who has said that his singing and moving symbol adopted from legendary Michael Jackson.

He appreciates movement and singing.

All things considered, Boateng played out a dance routine including Michael Jackson’s reserved Moonwalk for a stuffed out San Siro of 88,000 observers upon Milan praising their eighteenth Scudetto, and sang cappella live on beIN Sports TV to commend their eighth birthday celebration.

In August 2018, he delivered a rap melody under the nom de plume PRIN$$ Boateng named “Ruler” on the World Star Hip Hop channel.

The Former Barcelona Football Club and Manchester City Football Club aggressor, Kevin Prince Boateng and Mario Bawuah Balotelli keep on showing adoration to Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, referred to in showbiz as Sarkodie on his Social Media handles.

Sarkodie is the most beautified rapper in Africa and the most finished artiste in Ghana.

He has teamed up with numerous global artistes and he holds two BET grants including the first-since forever class of BET hip bounce grants – Best International Flow Act.

On 28 September 2020, Boateng moved to recently advanced Serie B side Monza on a one-year contract, with the alternative to reach out for a further year.

He scored his first objective on 24 October 2020, changing over a punishment in a 1–2 loss to Chievo at home.

On 15 December 2020, Boateng scored two headed objectives in a class game against Virtus Entella, helping Monza win 5–0.

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