Sarkodie on Tim West Wood told the world via BBC Xtra that, he brought it to Ghana. He further pressed to University of Ghana that, ‘e be me bring am’ when DJ Black expressed surprise at his great Azonto moves.
Michael Owusu (Sarkodie) being the supposed originator of the Azonto Music rests his proof in ‘You Go Kill Me’ hit banger. In his new song, Azonto Fiesta, he displayed massive and extravagant Azonto moves. You have seen his video on Tim West Wood where he drove, made phone calls etc with his Azonto moves? That is nowhere compared to his new video moves. Castro shows off his moves too in two scenes from the video.
The song which featured Kesse and Appietus is branded by many as Azonto Genre (Is there anything like that?). Appietus in his unknown language (probably) showbiz ‘tongues’ took over the air space from the rap demon (Sarkodie) and spoke his lungs out. Kesse throughout the video stringed his voices whilst Appietus did his charm, leaving Sarkodie perform some crazy Azonto moves.
Who and where at all did Sarkodie learn these spectacular moves? Undeniably, he is one of the best dancers of Azonto taking clear look at his feet and twisted wrist moves during the dance which he compliments with his funny raised eye brow from his right eye and his cheek rumpled to show how intense he is into the dance.
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