Many have expressed the view that 2017 popular tune, ‘One Corner’ is lyrically poor and makes little or no sense.
However, the composer, Justice Amoah, better known as Patapaa, disagrees with this assertion.
In an interview with JoyNews’ Maxwell Amoofia, Patapaa noted that his critics dance to his hit song whenever it is played but still claim the song lacks quality.
“Oh right? But they still dance on it. Yeah, it makes sense,” he said.
The Swedru-based artiste revealed that his song which failed to pick up the ‘Song of the Year’ award at the VGMAs basically educates Ghanaians on traffic regulations.
“You know something about traffic light. Respect traffic light. Red means stop, Yellow means get ready and Green means go. We learnt that in school,” he revealed.
‘One Corner’ was adjudged the ‘Viral Song of the Year’ at the first edition of the 3 Music Awards.
Many had tipped it to win the ‘Song of the Year’ at the 2018 Ghana Music Awards.
Unfortunately, Fancy Gadam beat all contenders to win that award with his tune titled ‘Total Cheat’.
There was drama at the Accra International Conference Center on the night of the awards when Patapaa stormed out angrily after missing out on the award.
He alleged that Charterhouse, organizers of the VGMAs, had taken ‘stupid’ money from Fancy Gadam and undeservedly handed him the award.