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Sarkodie Shares ‘The Way I Feel,’ A Touching Track For His Newborn Daughter

Ghanaian star rapper Sarkodie introduces his newborn baby girl with "The Way I Feel."

"The Way I Feel" single cover.


Sarkodie and his longtime partner Ewurama Tracy welcomed a baby girl into the world last month. In celebration, the star Ghanaian rapper is now sharing “The Way I Feel,” a piano-led ballad to introduce his newborn daughter to his fans.

“I love kids, my weak point is kids. I said many times that all I want is a beautiful baby girl. I just wanna thank God. She’s pretty,” Sarkodie reveals in the introduction to the new track.

"Beautiful people say hi to Adalyn Owusu Addo (Aka) Titi ???? ” he wrote as a proud dad across his social media pages.

Hear Sarkodie’s “The Way I Feel” below.

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