His ‘one corrner’ song went viral , making him one of the most popular artistes in the country last year .
In fact the song went outside the borders of Ghana thanks to the crazy, sensual dance which accompanied it .
However his ‘lyrical prowess’ has been questioned quite a number of times as Ghanaians normally mock him for his ‘wack’ lyrics .
The latest to add his voice to the poor lyrical content of Patapaa’s songs is US-based Ghanaian Musician , Jorvagor.
In a video which was sighted by urbanrock.net, Jorvago was seen cooking in his kitchen and as he heaped praises on Patapaa for his current shine , he questioned his lyrical dexterity.
According to the ‘ Yorgorgor’ hit maker , If Patapaa wants to go international then he should be serious and work on his lyrical content .
In a nut shell , the fast rising artist mean to say that Patapaa’s songs do not only make noise but also full of chaff.
Analyzing the content of Patapaa songs you could easily realize that the contents of the music are totally detritus which has zero sense .
Jorvago quizzed if Ghana Music was moving forward and use Swedru’s superstar Patapaa as a case study.
In a chit- chat with Jorvago, he said :
” Sometimes when listening to Patapaa’s song all you can hear is high tempo instrumentals with only one slogan ” PASKENLENKEN” which is very unfortunate. I know his fans will come attack me on social media but am speaking the ‘blunt truth’. I will advise Patapaa to do proper music that will encourage , motivate and inspire the youth .He needs to up his game if he wants to stay longer in the music industry. Big up to Patapeezy! more grease…”
On his facebook page he shared a video of himself and with caption :
” Big ups to Patapeezy ! Hey but mehn work on your lyrical content if u wannna stay longer and go international . This is a friendly advise not a hate speech .. more grease man ..#jorvagomusic#”
Jorvago is an African contemporary artiste who is currently out with a hit banger dubbed ” Yorgorgor’ which featured rapper , Kobby Shot.
Watch music video below ;