Dynamic Ghanaian rapper, Edem isn’t ready to agree with a tweep on an opinion.
In a tweet sighted by Zionfelix.net, the tweep argued that Sarkodie’s verse on his ‘You Dey Craze’ song made it a hit.
Before his argument, the tweep elucidated that he had no intentions of disrespecting the celebrated rapper known for using his local language in his songs.
Following his assertion, Edem took his time to school him.
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According to him, it is the chorus that makes a song hit—so he sees the tweep’s opinion as bogus.
He replied: “Wat makes a hit is da chorus 4 starters, so ur opinin is Bogus..2ndly u av 2 be enlightnd 2 aprct the diversity n how each language held their own:N each demography (Ewe fante Twi) had apprtn for their own(Driven by Undrstnd + Content ) Facts are data proven not opinion driven.”
Produced by Ghana’s legendary music producer Hammer of the Last Two, Edem’s ‘You De Crazy’ featured Kwaw Kese and Sarkodie.
The monster hit song was released some years ago.