Sarkodie’s Wife and Children: The Rapper Shares His Kids With A Media-Driven Woman, Tracy SarkCess

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Rapper Sarkodie’s wife has years of work experience in media. The couple is a parent to two kids. Who is Tracy Owusu Addo aka Tracy SarkCess.

Sarkodie (born Michael Owusu Addo but known for his monikers The Highest, Obidi, and Sark), is a Ghanaian rapper, composer, and businessman who was born in Tema on July 10, 1988. He has received various honors for his contributions to the Ghanaian music business, including the Vodafone Ghana Music Award for “Artiste of the Decade.”

In addition, at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards, he was revealed as the first recipient of the BET Award for Best International Flow Artist. He is also regarded as one of the Azonto movement’s most influential dance and genre proponents and one of the greatest African rappers ever.

In 2023, multi-talented Jamaican musician, Bob Marley & The Wailers released another version of the late musician’s evergreen song titled “Stir Me Up”. This time, it featured Ghana’s very own, rapper Sarkodie. The song has been well received by Ghanaians and the world at large and has garnered millions of listeners and views. This is one of the many timeless records Sarkodie has in his resume.

Aside from his legacy, Sarkodie is a devoted husband a father. He is married to a woman who is an Impact-driven media professional, a CEO, and founder of Brave Foundation, a social entrepreneur, menstrual equity, sexual reproductive health & financial literacy advocate for young women, and a public speaker. So, what more is known about Tracy SarkCess? Here’s everything we know about her.

Tracy Owusu Sarkcess is the founder of Brave Foundation, a non-profit organization.
She is the founder of Brave Foundation, a non-profit organization.
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Who is Sarkodie’s wife?

The rapper is married to Tracy Owusu Addo aka Tracy SarkCess, formerly known as Tracy Ama. Tracy is a businesswoman and entrepreneur that runs her own enterprise.

How did Sarkodie meet his wife? In the same Tema neighborhood where they grew up, Comm.9, Tracy and Sarkodie met and started dating. Sark and Tracy tied the knot in a private ceremony on 17th July 2018.

Per her LinkedIn, She is a CSR-driven media strategist and a passionate advocate for gender diversity. She recently launched a project dubbed “Brave” to help young girls. Additionally, she served as the head of digital media strategy at her husband Sarkodie’s record label, SarkCess Entertainment from March 2016 to Aug 2020.

She also worked in Berlin, Germany as a strategic media planner for D.C. Media Networks GmbH (DCMN) from Jan 2015 to Feb 2018.

Sarkodie and Kids (children)
Sarkodie pictured with his kids inside his mansion.
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How many children does Sarkodie have? 

Sarkodie and his wife Tracy since marrying in 2018 have been blessed with two children, a daughter, Adalyn Owusu Addo, and a son, Michael Nana Yaw Owusu Addo Jnr, named after the rapper’s father.

Interestingly, the rapper’s children have nicknames, his daughter is called Titi while his son is called MJ.

Titi was born in 2016, this puts her current age at 7 years old. MJ who shares the same birth month as his mother Tracy was born on March 2021 and he is 2 years old.

Sarkodie’s wife is an Impact-driven Media Professional and the founder of Brave Foundation.
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What does Tracy SarkCess do for a living?

Tracy is a CSR-driven media strategist and a passionate advocate for gender diversity who is committed to creating a more inclusive society through innovative and sustainable practices. With a strong background in digital marketing and strategic media planning across Europe and Asia-Pacific, she has honed her skills in content marketing, PPC campaigns, online PR, and communications for a variety of industries, including tech, financial services, FMCG, healthcare, and food & beverage. Her experiences in start-ups, project management, and eCommerce businesses have shaped her versatile and solutions-focused approach.

As the founder of Brave Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting gender equality and women’s economic empowerment in Africa, she is devoted to driving social change and empowering young women through practical skills training and entrepreneurship in emerging tech and environmental sustainability. Her advocacy efforts span from menstrual equity and sexual reproductive health to financial literacy, demonstrating my commitment to addressing key issues faced by young women today.

Her expertise in strategic media planning and community engagement has allowed her to forge meaningful partnerships with organizations. Through these collaborations, she and her org have made a significant impact on the lives of young women by providing them with the resources and support needed to succeed. By leveraging her diverse skill set and passion for social change, she aims to create opportunities that help young women thrive and foster a brighter future for all.