New music of Sunday, 28 February 2021
Although some have deciphered a line in his most up-to-date music ‘Facts’ as a dig at Kumasi-dependent rappers and the Kumerica motion, Yaa Pono insists he never ever denigrated the motion nor rappers from the Backyard garden City.
Yaa Pono maintained on ‘Facts’ that his talent is unmatched and he took a dig at Shatta Wale for organising youthful Kumasi-dependent rappers for a history immediately after accomplishing a collaboration with US star Beyonce.
“Immediately after Beyonce, you do a observe with Kumasi rappers,” he rapped, highlighting Shatta Wale’s determination to document a song with Kumasi rappers right after he was highlighted on Beyonce’s record-breaking ‘Already’.
This induced insults from some Kumasi-dependent personalities, notable amongst them are rappers Primpong and King Paluta who were being all showcased on Shatta Wale’s ‘Ahodwo Las Vegas’ – the track recorded just after Beyonce’s collaboration.
Both of those rappers have released separate songs in their endeavor to scold Yaa Pono for what they describe as a disrespectful comment.
Phrimpong titles his ‘That Line’ while King Paluta phone calls his ‘Murder Case’.
The duo among others rebuked Yaa Pono and preserved he has been a failure in the audio room. They posited that the Tema-based rapper has absolutely nothing to show regardless of being a Methuselah in the Ghana tunes field however has the audacity to disrespect a motion that has taken the field by storm.
But in a tweet, Yaa Pono stated the line in the tune has been misconstrued.
“I’m King in Kumasi…Igo by no means trash my folks. ‘After Beyonce’ means ksi [Kumasi] is hotter than US. Read bars,” he tweeted.
‘I’m King in Kumasi…Igo hardly ever trash my people’ *right after beyonce * implies ksi is hotter than US,,,, “” read bars”””
— YAA PONO (@ponobiom) February 27, 2021