GHANAIAN superstar Sarkodie has beat Falz and others to win the ‘Best International Flow’ award at the 2019 BET ‘HIP HOP AWARDS’ 2019, to honour artists from around the world.
The event held on Saturday, October 5, 2019. Comedian and Rapper Lil Duval hosted this year’s awards from The Cobb Energy Centre.
For the ‘Best International Flow’ category, Sarkodie was nominated alongside Nigerian artist Falz, South Africa’s Nasty C, UK’s Ghetts and Little Simz, French artist Kalash and Canada’s Tory Lanez.
“On behalf of BET International, we couldn’t be more proud of Sarkodie for making history as the winner of our first-ever “Best International Flow” honour,” Alex Okosi, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, BET International and Viacom International Media Networks Africa, said.
“Now more than ever, music from around the world is gaining popularity in mainstream culture, and by launching this category we’re honoured to give talented artists like Sarkodie a platform to achieve global success.”