Hiplife musician Patapaa says he has regretted featuring on the song Daavi Ne Ba by Kawoula Biov. Daavi Ne Ba was released in February this year but has only gained traction after Patapaa’s verse went viral.
The rap by Patapaa, otherwise called Patapeezy, is incoherent aside from the word ‘Scopatumana’ which has generated a test via web-based networking media with individuals endeavoring to rap the lines. Be that as it may, it seems all isn’t well among Patapaa and Kawoula who is additionally a Hiplife artiste.
In various meetings, one of them keep going Saturday, on the Adom Chart Show on Adom FM, Kawoula told have Andy Dosty that he was discontent with how all the consideration had been centered around Patapaa and not him.
As indicated by him, he was disturbed that Patapaa was playing out the melody at occasions without him when he paid for the element.
On Monday, April 29, when Showbiz contacted Patapaa, he communicated dissatisfaction in Kawoula for saying he had been outshone and furthermore denied taking cash to highlight.
“I am frustrated at the comments by Kawoula that I have outperformed him on his tune. Actually, when I heard the news, the primary thing that struck a chord was, I shouldn’t have highlighted on his tune.
“Above all else, it isn’t my shortcoming that individuals recognize and make the most of my refrain on the melody. I shouldn’t be accused for the little consideration he is accepting as to the tune.
“Additionally, he was the one that called and requested that I highlight on the tune and I never took any cash from him so I don’t have the foggiest idea why he will say something to that effect,” he said.
Patapaa said he was insulted that his endeavors to advance Daavi Ne Ba had been misjudged by Kawoula.
“I went similarly as thinking of the ‘Scopatumana’ challenge to advance his melody and it truly harms that my endeavors to get Daavi Ne Ba to circulate around the web has been confused with avarice.
“What confuses me is the way that he called me later to apologize with the reason that he said that to publicity the melody however that was unreasonably low for me. Ghanaians are getting a charge out of the melody and that is the best piece, all things considered, so why this? I simply wish I never worked together on Daavi Ne Ba with him.
Notwithstanding that, Patapaa said he was thankful to God for giving him the ability to do music. “I generally express gratitude toward God for the ability he has given me. With Daavi Ne Ba, I didn’t need to take a seat to compose the verses.
“I just got into the studio and began recording and despite the fact that I don’t comprehend the verses, I am glad by God’s beauty, the rap has won the hearts of Ghanaians,” he said.
Patapaa, genuine name Justice Amoah, shot to acclaim with his single One Corner which increased monstrous airplay both inside and outside the nation with a revolting move going with it.
He has different melodies like It’s My Time, Kitchen Stool, Kumchacha, There is Nothing among others and he revealed to Showbiz he is right now dealing with a video venture for his tune Sweet Honey which highlights Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy.