Multiple award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, says he aims to pursue law and become a legal practitioner in the distant future.
Born Michael Owusu Addo said his daily routine and interaction with people propel him to pursue one of his greatest wishes in life.
The rapper, who holds a Degree in Graphic Design from Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Co. (IPMC) will soon pursue law.
Becoming an attorney, the father-of-two and most decorated African rapper said he has so much to offer.
In a conversation with OnePlay Africa’s Tilly Akua Nipa, the ‘Can’t Let You Go’ spitter disclosed that he loves to accept new challenges, this he said inspired him to chase his dream of becoming a lawyer.
“For myself, I still want to go to school. I think I will study law…It wouldn’t just be a thought. I think I am getting there, so I know what is necessary,” the Tema-based rapper said.
“It excites me, I care about the country but I make sure when I am having conversations I am well equipped with information.”
“As much as I want to speak, we have people who are equipped with information so if you want to come and speak and you don’t have the knowledge, as much as you mean good, they will have a way that you’ll sound like you don’t mean good that’s one main reason I want to better that,” Sarkodie mentioned while touching on what inspires him to be a lawyer
The CEO of Sakcess Music remains an inspiration to several youths in Ghana and has paved the way for young musicians in the industry.
He won the BET Award for Best International Act: Africa in 2012 and BET Hip Hop Award for Best international Flow in 2019.