Sarkodie, a Ghanaian rapper, is hunting for a 50-year-old farmer who became famous after rapping two of his songs on the country’s economic woes.
With his farm equipment dangling around his neck, the farmer exudes confidence as he raps verses from the Highest rapper’s 2015 and 2016 songs, “The Masses” and “Politics.”
Sarkodie indicated he would like to meet the farmer after stumbling upon the video.
According to him, he can’t even remember the song’s full lyrics, thus the farmer’s freestyle session moved him.
I’m affected since I can’t even remember these lines back to back… I’d like to give this man a gift if someone could connect me with him… On Twitter, he wrote, “Bless him [SIC].”