Ghana’s most decorated rapper, Sarkodie made history once again as he was crowned the very first winner of BET’s Best International Flow act at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards.
Sarkodie dedicated the award to his daughter, Adalyn Owusu Addo (Titi) and also used the moment to urge the world to visit Ghana as part of the Year of Return celebrations.
“I just want to say thank you to the Almighty God. To family, this one is for my lil girl Titi…. I think Africa has always had it and it is about that time. This year is the Year of Return and I will urge each and every one of you here to take a trip back home,” he said in his acceptance speech.
Sarkodie took the award beating contenders in the category including Nigerian rapper; Falz the Bad Guy, Ghetts from the United Kingdom, Kalash from France, Female rapper; Little Simz from the UK, South African hip pop prodigy; Nasty C and Tory Lanez of Canada.
“Best International Flow” is a new category that recognized artists from around the world for the first time, with nominees from Ghana, Nigeria, UK, France, South Africa and Canada.
The 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards was hosted by American comedian and actor Lil Duval.