The “One corner” song has caused a lot of uproars— whilst some seem to find nothing wrong with the song and its associated craze, others have raised concerns labeling it trashy with gospel artiste Sony Badu and prophet Kumchacha calling it demonic.
Patapaa, the artiste behind all the craze has done little to defend the song which as it stands has been recognised internationally.
I will not be lying if I say the song is the hottest and ‘littlest’ song right now in Ghana and Kwaw Kese, otherwise known as ‘Abodam’, shares in that stance amongst many others.
When speaking to Zionfelix.net in an interview, the Swedru Agona hitmaker established that no good song has ever hit in Ghana and all the song that makes airwaves are mostly if not all are secular music with “trashy” lyrics so Ghanaians should make do with it and support Patapaa rather than ill commenting and be clamping him down.
“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.” he said.
Himself a Swedru guy, he said there is no one he would rather support than someone he comes from the same town with.
“Since he is my brother from Swedru, I’ll even fight for him because I think it is helping our town. We need more artiste like him from Ghana who will get international stars like Chris Brown talking about their songs.”