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Watch the dance video for Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie’s ‘Bumper’

Set in a barbershop, where a troupe of dancers freestyle to the uptempo track by Sarkodie, we are blessed with a visual for ‘Bumper’, a song that celebrates the almighty back-side of a woman. Sarkodie himself doesn’t appear in the video, but we are looking forward to the official. We wonder if we will get to see him bust a move as they have in the Monte Carlo Dream direction.


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