Sarkodie is a legend and I like to listen to Ofori Amponsah - C.K Akonnor's son talks about his love for music

Sarkodie is a legend and I like to listen to Ofori Amponsah - C.K Akonnor's son talks about his love for music

  • Son of C.K Akonnor has opened up on his love for Ofori Amponsah
  • Charles Jesaja Akonnor has said rapper Sarkodie is a legend
  • The KV Kortrijk forward is also a big fan of Nigerian music

Son of former Ghana coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor, Charles Jesaja Herman Akonnor, has opened up on his love for music.

The 21-year-old, who plays for Belgium club, KV Kortrijk, described Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie as a legend and says he loves to listen to old school Ofori Amponsah.

In an interview with Omasports.com, the German-born admitted he loves American music and says Nigerian songs are now dominant in Africa.

Charles Jesaja Akonnor and Ghanaian music stars Ofori Amponsah and Sarkodie. SOURCE: Twitter/ @GhaRisingStars @ghanasoccernet
Sarkodie is a legend and I like to listen to Ofori Amponsah - C.K Akonnor's son talks music. SOURCE: Twitter/ @GhaRisingStars @ghanasoccernet
Source: Twitter
"I like to listen to Ofori Aponsa. He’s an old school musician. But right now, Migos is my guy. In Africa, Omah Lay and many Nigerian artists doing good music right now, like WizKid, Burna Boy. Of course Sarkodie the legend," said the budding football.
“American music, my favourite artist is Drake and Pop Smoke – because you can feel the energy in his music but he sadly passed away," he added.

Ofori Amponsah and Sarkodie are giants in the Ghanaian music industry, with the former dominating the early 2000's as the latter holds the forth currently.

Charles Jesaja Akonnor was born and raised in Germany, and has spent most of his career as a footballer at Wolfsburg.

He started his football at the club once captained by his father, but had a brief spell at Hannover before returning to Wolfsburg.

The highly talented attacker has been a consistent performer for the youth teams of Germany, having played from the U-16 to the U-19.

He joined Belgium side KV Kortrijk in the summer transfer window from VfB Wolfsburg in the summer transfer window.

The young forward has made three appearances in the Jupiler Pro League as he builds on his senior team football.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, Charles Jesaja Akonnor, son of former Black Stars coach, Charles Kwablan Akonnor, has declared his intentions to play for the senior national team of Ghana.

Akonnor's son was born and raised in Germany and played for the U-17 and U-19 teams of the European giants.

However, in quotes sighted on Omasports.com, the KV Kortrijk forward opened up on his love for the West African country and his readiness to play for Ghana.

Source: Sports Brief News

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