I am not a fun of Kwaw Kese’s constant attacks on his fellow hip life artistes and bickering in the music industry, but I believe without it, there won’t be any news for the entertainment journalists to write (based on hunch).
Rapper and self acclaimed king of the streets Kwaw Kese is at it again, this time around, he has slapped Obour and co for thinking hip life is dead and consequently resurrecting it.
Presenting a dog to the host of TV3’s Spot Light Muntala Muntari as his present for the show’s second anniversary. He said “When I heard you people are celebrating two years of the show, I thought of presenting this dog to you”.
“If you have managed to get the show running for two years means you can keep this dog for a long time”, he concluded funnily.
He then moved on to jab Obour and co for the so called resurrection of hip life. Last Sunday Obour organized a hip life concert dubbed “Resurrection”, where number hip life artistes made appearances to give meaning to the phrase RESURRECTION.
The problem here is that it wasn’t too clear what Obour was talking about, is he talking about the fact that he is sinking as hip life artiste and was resurrecting from hibernation or resurrecting the genre ‘HIP LIFE’? Obour’s so called resurrection track “GAME” featuring Okyeame Quame is on chrunk beat.
Confusion galore. To resurrect hip life, you need to have the major players of the hip life game on board but getting only a handful surely doesn’t work out. One interesting thing was that the guys from Lynx Entertainment who really stole the show are known to have come out publicly to say “we don’t do hip life, we do chrunk”.
In one word, methinks Obour LOST it. Whether Obour likes or yes, hip life has stolen it to chrunk, he even ENDORSED it by singing his campaign anthem (THE GAME) on chrunk beat.
Abodam said hip life has never been sick not to talk of being dead as some people have perceived it to be. “Some people said hip life was dead and they are resurrecting it but they couldn’t do anything, they couldn’t do a thing, to say hip life is dead, what about Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour and co.
“Aboa bi be ka woa, efri wo to ma mu” he said. The controversial rapper went on to punch some people he thought are seeking his downfall. He said these were people closer to him and that he is not a hungry looking man and not a cheap commodity.
“At end of the day, mankind needs to survive” He cautions the public, when asked about his future as a model now that his boss Ibrahim Sima (EXOPA), has been nabbed for allegedly trying to take coke out of the country.
About his involvement with Konfi, the rapper said “Konfi have been with me for 5 years, they have been my disciplines and am glad I brought them up, a lot of things has been said which am aware of but I thank Mad Time for bringing people like them up, I hope they get to where I have gotten to now”.
His case at the court is still pending, and will therefore make an appearance on 14th October 2009. He consequently believes so far as he is concerned, he has won in advance.
By: Ebenezer Anangfio Jnr./GhanaCelebrities.com