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Sarkodie And Ace Hood Share The Video For 'New Guy'

Ghanaian star Sarkodie and We The Best rapper Ace Hood perform from Miami basements and rooftops in their new video for "New Guy."


After having just shared their new collaborative track last week, Ghanaian star rapper Sarkodie and Florida’s Ace Hood are now dropping the visuals for "New Guy." The new clip sees Sarkodie and the We The Best signee performing their booming joint single from dark basements and Miami rooftops as the Ghanaian MC offers to repay the favor back home "Ace, let me take you to Africa, my people they'll love you."

Sarkodie's a current nominee for the BET Awards’ Best International Act: Africa and is readying his new full-length album Mary, which should be dropping in the coming months. The Ghanaian rapper recently took on his country’s power outage crisis in the Fela Kuti-sampling “Dumsor.” For more, rewatch our Okayafrica TV: Afrobeats At SXSW feature with Sarkodie, Ice PrinceDavidoR2bees, and more. Watch and download Sarkodie and Ace Hood’s “New Guy” below.

>>>Download: Sarkodie "New Guy" featuring Ace Hood

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