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After ‘One Corner’ by Patapaa Amisty went viral, many Ghanaians especially Prophet Kumchacha and Sonnie Badu have spoken strongly against the song. While some are of the view that the song promotes promiscuity, others think otherwise saying it’s nothing but creativity at its best.
It’s in the light of the controversies surrounding the aforementioned song that Emmanuel Botchwey popularly known as Kwaw Kese jumps into the defense of Patapaa Amisty, the current most popular upcoming artist in Ghana.
Kwaw Kese in a conversation with Zionfelix.net on his birthday which happened on October 7 maintained that no good song has been popular like the ‘One Corner’ tune so people should stop making ill comments about the song. To him, most songs that become the toast of the nation as Patapaa’s tune are mostly secular songs and they usually have insane lyrics.
“No good song has ever hit in Ghana. Most of the songs that become very big in the country are secular ones and they always have insane words. We have to accept the fact that the song is a hit”, Kwaw Kese revealed.
He described the song as “the hottest song” and Patapaa as “the biggest artiste in Ghana as at now because everybody is enjoying the song in all parts of the country and even outside the borders of Ghana.
According to Kwaw Kese, Patapaa Amisty happens to come from Swedru. As a result, he’ll continue defending him until Ghanaians accept the fact that “One Corner” song is nothing but creativity. He continued that, we need more artiste like him (Patapaa Amisty) from Ghana who will get international stars like Chris Brown talking about their songs.