Patapaa Knows How to Drop Hits But His Songs Are Still Trash — Mr Logic

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Patapaa is good at dropping hit songs but that doesn’t mean his songs are good, according to Mr Logic.

The controversial showbiz pundit and artist manager passed these comments on Daybreak Hitz earlier today.

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Patapaa has dropped some huge hits through the years, from ‘One Corner’ to ‘Scopatumana’ (Daavi Ne Ba), but most of his songs contain a lot of noise and gibberish lyrics.

Patapaa and his fans argue that once a song becomes a hit it is a quality song, but Mr Logic, like others including myself, believe a song becoming a hit does not automatically make it a quality song.

“Most hit songs are not good songs. Here in Ghana, the good songs that became hit songs were probably 30%.” He argued on Daybreak Hitz.

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He added; “…Like Patapaa’s ‘One Corner’, yes the song became very big, was a hit all over the place but that song is not a good song.

“Patapaa’s ‘One Corner’ became a hit song especially because of the dance attached to the song, but that song being a hit song does not in anyway make it a good song.”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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