Amerado clashes with fan who credited his new song ‘Kwaku Ananse’ to Fameye

Amerado, offended by a fan disseminating misleading information on Twitter, corrected the error in a helpful tweet that stopped the fan in his tracks almost immediately.

The person who posted the tweet, Jay South, implied that Fameye was the inspiration behind Amerado’s most recent song, Kwaku Ananse since it exhibited Fameye’s unique sound.

When Amerado saw the post, he quickly clarified that he was the song’s legitimate owner and that there was never any reason to dispute his songwriting abilities.

Jay wrote; I still believe @Fameye wrote the entire song. A well-written song can only be from one person and that’s Peter. @Amerado_Burner is good but nah not this time. You can’t tell me otherwise

According to Amerado, this is not true because writing good songs has never been his definition. He stated “Amerado wrote Kwaku Ananse and that is not beyond him!!!! Get it!”

Although he has yet to find his feet in the industry commercially, when it comes to entertainment in Ghana, Amerado is a force to be reckoned with. After achieving third place at the Solid FM Freestyle Show in 2015, Amerado garnered the attention of renowned music producer, sound engineer, and A&R specialist, Azee Ntwene.

Recognizing Amerado’s talent, Azee Ntwene signed the rapper to his esteemed label, MicBurnerz Music. Notably, Amerado’s skills were showcased on a track by Mix Master Garzy, which aimed to promote peace during the 2016 Ghanaian general election. This collaboration further solidified Amerado’s presence in the music industry.

In the subsequent year, Amerado unveiled his debut single, “I AM,” a remarkable achievement that earned recognition from Pulse Ghana, who included the track in their esteemed list of the top 10 Ghanaian songs in January 2017. Building on this success, Amerado released his first EP, “Rapmare,” in November of the same year, showcasing his versatility and lyrical prowess.

A significant milestone in Amerado’s career came in 2018 when he was featured on Sarkodie’s hip-hop anthem, “Biibi Ba.” This collaboration garnered critical acclaim and even secured a nomination for Best Hip-Hop Song at the prestigious 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

On August 8, 2019, DJ Black, a prominent figure in the Ghanaian music scene, unveiled a controversial list ranking the country’s top 50 rappers. Notably, Amerado secured a spot in the forties, solidifying his position as a respected artist within the industry. Furthermore, in October 2020, Amerado received high praise from Reggie Rockstone, a highly influential figure in the Ghanaian music genre of hip-hop, who hailed him as one of the finest rappers to emerge from Ghana.

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