Okay, fylla, fylla o fylla!; A S E M with the fylla; This be the 2010 fylla; Ghana showbizness, 2010 I dey come summarize from beginning to the end
He mentioned Obrafour (Rastaman) bouncing back on Okyeame Kwame's (Jerry Curls) back and how the song's hype didn't last long because the guy Obrafour featured, Guru, slacked. You'll remember Obrafour's Kasiebo track was a response to Okyeame Kwame and Obour's Killing the game. He also takes a shot at Kwaw Kese saying he's become his PRO, mentioning his name everywhere he goes. Kwaw Kese recently released his Killa bewu last show which dissed Asem, KOD and Jon Germain.
He acknowledges that Tema is the home of great rap fever but stipulates that the money is still in Accra. He says even Tema boys stole the show at the Ghana Music Awards, it's he Asem whose School Dey Be song that got the World Bank dough (money). According to Asem, Appietus claims that Charterhouse stole the producer of the year award for Richie. According to the No more kpayor hit man, Appietus was so angry that Richie the Yaaro won that he started singing.
He rapped about Nana Boroo borrowing the SK Blinks song which became a hit. Apparently, SK Blinks was going to make a remix with Freddy Meiway. Did anyone hear it? He also mentioned Guru, Iwan, Stonebwoy and Trigmatic as rappers Ghana is digging today, most of whom remixed Gyptian's Hold Yuh.
He had a funny comment about Asamoah Gyan aka Baby Jet not scoring the important penalty but instead he was using his buttocks to do the famous dance that helped make Castro Destroyer's African girls track a hit. He mentioned the BET Cypher video, but mentioned that many Ghanaians could not watch on DSTV. Though, they could watch on Youtube. The video has become a viral video sensation.
He closes the song by saying his new album is coming out and acknowledges that his fans miss him. He concludes "get ready for the album, I am back next year". As always, it's Richie on the beat! You know the name right?
Culled from alter ego Chale's post on Museke.com - home of the African music fan