Dancehall artiste, Bandana has descended heavily on Charter House, organizers of the annual Ghana Music Awards accusing the outfit of illegally awarding the Reggae Dance Hall Song of the Year award to Kaakie.
Just some few minutes after Kaakie was announced winner of that category which also had Bandana, Blakk Rasta, Eazzy, Knii Lante and Samini as contenders, the artiste popularly known for the hit song Bandana From Ghana took to social media platform, Twitter to vent his anger at the organizers.
This year's awards came off at the Accra International Conference Centre Saturday night and while many have praised organizers for a good show, Bandana thinks otherwise.
He tweeted that: "F**k Ghana music industry, F**k charter house and I mean this from my heart .i don't need them in any way ..big up to all Shatta wale fans."
"F**king hypocrites,liars,sons and daughters of satan,I hope they sleep and don't wake up.. Charter hose should used for a public toilet .....I don't need any award in Gh or any nomination..f**k Gh music industry.." he added.
Bandana did not spare Kaakie, who walked away with two awards on the night. He said: "F**k khakie who can even write her own music and f**k her smelling p***y...I know how they did this...but trus mi we kno how to handle dis."
Shatta City hit singer added that: "I pray all those who mis judge me here face the wrath of the almighty that has given me the talent and mankind is not appreciating. This time I will direct people to the nearest public toilet..charter house hahahaha ha.."
According to Bandana, known in real life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, "I don't need awards cuz I got my own money 3cars and a house ..f**k you all hates ...foolish villagers on twitter..awards my foot. Dem no have money like me ...I've award ago chop...all I want talk be say dem for no waste my time..fools."
"Ano chop dis money saf finish..kwasia fuor.....no much charter house go fit pay me.. My dear God,As the rain fall and thunder strikes ...I want to see all who want me fall dead by morning.Amen..if u be man try me..," Bandana concluded.
Brah. This is the most painful rap music I've heard in a while. Not as in painful on the ears, but painful as in damn, I hope this dude makes it out ok.
Coming out of Washington, D.C., Shy Glizzy was a name I'd seen floating around on the net, but didn't get around to clicking on yet. But I saw Noz post this on his Tumblr last night and figured I'd give it a look. Off top, his voice is going to draw you in, but it's his blatant vulnerability and hopeful desperation that will keep you listening. Dude is very direct and to the point with his thoughts, troubles, ambitions and wishes.
I went ahead and listened to his Fxck Rap mixtape and enjoyed most of it. I can't stress enough how direct dude is with his words. Shy is able to articulate the "bad" things many other young rappers try to, but can't or don't know how to. So they just put a bunch of crazy "hood shit" in their video or only talk about life in "fuck it" type context. Which when poorly executed, comes off more like glorifying than testifying. It's ironic that for a hot second he had a "beef" with Chief Keef. I haven't read too much into what happened, but where people look at Chief Keef and his music like a lost cause that needs to be locked up, the music on Fxck Rap makes Sly Glizzy look like a lost cause that you want to help out. Where Keef's music sounds like the car wreck that everybody stops and stares at like a spectacle, Glizzy's sounds like the bloodied person in the wreck that hope "makes it"...before you keep driving and go on with your day thanking God that it wasn't you.
After hearing songs like "Sad To Say" and "Money Problems" it feels like I know exactly who this dude is without even meeting him. On the latter, he's brutally honest when he talks about how he may be looking fly in his music videos, but it's only because he "lucked up" (interpret that how you want) before the video shoot...other times it's all bad. Hell when he raps about wanting to come up, he get's right to the point and names the song "Hova" and makes the hook "I want to be like Jay-Z" instead of trying to rap/live like Jay-Z on it. Anybody that knows me that my tastes usually lean towards reality rap that some may consider "depressing" because it's not about a damn party. That said, listening to Shy Glizzy is like hearing Z-Ro or rapping with Boosie's voice and emotion over beats that Alley Boy would hop on. I dig it. Even on the songs that I didn't like that much, I still got the point he was trying to get across.
For the name droppers, the project features production from Nard & B and features from Trinidad Jame$ and Wale.