‘Patapaa And Medikal Don’t Make Sense In Their Songs’- Up And Coming Rapper Says Boldly

A budding rapper called Phrenzy has aimed some shots at Medikal and Patapaa for their ‘nonfa’ style of rap during an interview on Zylofon FM.

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He stated emphatically their contents are empty as they carry no message as opposed to veteran rappers like Okyeame Kwame and Obrafour.

Phrenzy

On Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda with Sammy Flex, he stated that most of Medikal’s songs are senseless. He made mention of a line he did in Quamina MP’s “Amanfuor Girls” song.

In the “Amanfuor Girls” song by Quamina MP, Medikal made a line like “pipipiipiii” which Phrenzy think it’s not sensible, and Patapaa’s “Skopatumana” raps he mostly does.

“Senior men Okyeame Kwame and Obrafuor really make sense in their rap but this current crop of artists like Medikal and Patapaa does not make any sense in most of their rap songs” Phrenzy stated.

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