Sarkodie’s songs are now susceptible on the lips of Ghanaian children as they sing or rap word for word.

One of the songs on Sarkodie’s “No Pressure” album has become a popular gospel song that pupils can even have it easy and rap along, word for word. Pupils have taken the song to classroom.

A video sighted online captures pupils in classroom singing and rapping “I’ll be there” by Sarkodie on the “No Pressure” Album. In a classroom, these pupils were delightedly at the song, singing it.

As seen, the girls sang the chorus and one boy would be rapping to the raps in the song just like Sarkodie’s child’s days. They are said to be a music group of Echoes of Talent from Talent Experimental School-Elubo.

“I’ll Be There” by Sarkodie is track 10 on the “No Pressure” album, which features MOG Music.

Watch the video below: