The ongoing feud between Strongman Burner and Kweku Smoke seems to be intensifying as the former has once again responded to the latter’s jibes, this time in a track titled ’32’ where both artists collaborated.
The history between these two has been brewing for some time now. Kweku Smoke hasn’t held back, taking shots at Strongman in various instances, notably in his recent collaboration with Oseikrom Sikanii titled ‘Twatis’, where he likened Strongman’s international rap style to that of Lil Baby and his local delivery to Strongman himself. He even went as far as cautioning women against dating Strongman, citing financial reasons.
However, the recent release, ’32’, which features both Ko-jo Cue and Strongman, has become the centerpiece of this escalating rivalry. While ‘Case’ was an earlier retaliation by Strongman against Kweku Smoke’s disses, it’s ’32’ that’s grabbing attention now.
In ’32’, Strongman mercilessly fires back at Kweku Smoke. Without mentioning names explicitly, Strongman’s lyrics speak volumes. He cleverly implies that God isn’t akin to Kweku Smoke, suggesting a disparity in character and integrity. His subtle yet pointed jabs cleverly hit back at Kweku Smoke’s previous comments, implying that Kweku Smoke’s demeanor might not be aligned with godly attributes.
This ongoing exchange of verbal blows between the two artists has caught the attention of fans and industry observers alike. Strongman’s knack for wordplay and lyrical precision seems to have taken center stage in this ongoing feud.
As the back-and-forth continues, fans eagerly anticipate whether this collaboration will serve as the final chapter or merely fuel the fire for more heated exchanges between Strongman and Kweku Smoke.
Listen to a snippet of the song below: