December in every year is tagged as the “Coacoa Season” for every artist especially in Ghana, where most of them play a lot of shows which generates more income due to Christmas.
Some might not be necessarily for the money, but the guest to support fellow artists and project the industry. Haven preach togetherness through out the year, Sarkodie, in December 2018, arguably was the busiest artist in Ghana, jumping on every major show in the country. Below is the top five in no particular other.
1.The Connect Concert 2018
On the 21st of December, four days to his major “Rapperholic Concert,” Sarkodie was at the West Hills Mall to support rapper Medikal during his “Connect Concert.” Before that, he had thrown massive support to singer King Promise who celebrated his fans and showed gratitude with his ‘Promise Land’ concert in Accra.
2. Made In Tadi Concert 2018
Sarkodie’s next stop was in the Western side of the country fulfilling a tweet he made to support Kofi Kinaata in the Second edition of his annual event dubbed “Made In Taadi Concert” at the Takoradi Jubilee Park on the 22nd December 2018.
3. Manifestivities 2018
A day after thrilling fans in Takoradi, the least expected happened, as Sarkodie and Manifest squashed their differences and got together at the “Manifestivities 2018” a show put together by rapper Manifest. Prior to Sarkodie’s performance which came as a surprise to many, Manifest and Sarkodie are known by Ghanaian music lovers as rivals who hardly cross each other’s path.
4. RapperHolic 2018
There came 25th, a date noted for one of the biggest concerts in Ghana, “Rapperholic” hosted by Sarkodie. A show which brought almost all Ghanaian artists together on one night to entertain.
5. Bhim Concert 2018
Despite loosing his voice, The “Highest” continued to show love and support to fellow artists, this time joined the BHIM nation President, Stonebwoy as he filled the Dome with his “BHIM Concert” on the 28th. Wondering how many artists can do that? With the energy and vibe playing back to back shows in seven days.