Controversial Ghanaian hip hop artiste, Asem has given his take on the latest track of Stonebwoy which is widely believed to be a diss to his archrival, Shatta Wale.
After their clash at the much talked about Asaase radio Sound Clash, majority of the fans and industry players unanimously adjudged Stonebwoy as the winner of the lyrical contest.
Shatta Wale had to run away from the stage before the official closure which is translated to mean conceding defeat. Stonebwoy followed his victory with an under 2 minutes freestyle call “Blaze Dem” which threw some shots at Shatta Wale.
Asem, in reacting to the song declared that, Stonebwoy is lyrically deeper than his rival Shatta Wale. He added that, Stonebwoy understands the ‘Patoa’ lingua better than his rival.
Asem after declaring Stonebwoy the best dancehall artiste also poked some fun at Shatta Wale’s Patoa, describing it as Korle Gonnor Patoa.
He took to twitter and wrote: “We a come with the fire fi Blaze Dem. Automatically and lyrically Bandana no go fit, his patoa is mp)t) patoa Korle Gono patoa by force takashi Stonebwoy understands the lingua,ragga & dancehall thing well well. No hate, just facts.ASEM #MusicalKing #BlazeDem”
We a come with the fire ????fi Blaze Dem. Automatically and lyrically Bandana no go fit, his patoa is mp)t) patoa Korle Gono patoa by force takashi ????????Stonebwoy understands the lingua,ragga & dancehall thing well well. No hate, just facts.ASEM ????????❤️????✊???? #MusicalKing #BlazeDem
— ASEM #Asem #Weatherchannel #Ep #Comingsoon #Nana (@AsemWORLD) September 14, 2020