Ever since Strongman dropped “Charcoal” diss song, all eyes and fingers have been directed towards rapper Teephlow as the victim of the song. It’s obvious, because Teephlow before and after the release of his debut album, “Phlowducation” his stuff was all over social media claiming supremacy especially when it comes to the correct use of “wordplay” in rap.
In the process, Teephlow shared his sentiment on the best wordplay tag as he’s being acknowledged by his fans. Fast forward, wordplay to the lame man means making jokes by using the meanings of words in an amusing way or better still play-on-words.
Chaley is not just wordplay oo. Hmph u guys no see notn. Go listen #PhlowducationEP
— TeePhlow | Forgive ft Adina | (@TeePhlowGH) January 9, 2018
Well, a critical analysis of Charcoal song by Strongman shows Teephlow is the best at it – wordplay, as Strongman indirectly confirmed it in his song.
At the 0.50 seconds off the 3:02 minutes diss song, Strongman is heard saying “….Mo a mo tee wordplay no mo ante hwee no mo nkyɛke me flow no texture…”
Come on, this is not quantum physics, and there’s no need to debate it was not directed at Teephlow, Sypder Lee Entertainment signee. For every ardent follower of Teephlow knows he consistently use wordplay in his songs as compared to other Ghanaian artistes.
In case you’ve not yet listened to charcoal by Strongman, SarkCess Music signee, download from the link below: