Others may call it a trend or songs for the street that Can be bang to in the night clubs, however, whichever ways we garnish these songs does not change the fact that such songs make our music industry unpopular. Below are some Ghanaian musicians who ate fond of using swirl and profane lyrics in their songs.
Do I need to explain myself ? don’t be surprise to see the Dancehall king topping the list.His “womaame tw3” song explains why he tops the list
Just released his first single “waves” just last two years but his lyrics like”yiwo dross” and other f**ck f**ck lyrics spotted him at the second position
Can Lumba allow us one of his song without vivid pictures of heavy booms and breast ? never..not in Daddy Lumba’s music career, we still respect him as legend though.
4. Yaa Pono
The amen hitmaker trust me is influencing the ghetto youth greatly in Ghana..”menya anka mehye wee” and his “Bue ade papa So ma me aa,3tw3” lyrics is very bad
Can this list be without the cigarette smoker and the Tonga hit maker ? No..The word Tonga explains the brand Joey B
Reggie Rockstone joining the group is the best but seems their focus on sex is very high .just listen to #skolom dogo_yaro again
7. #Wanlov De Kubolor
This talented artist seems to derive So much joy in profanity using metaphor and funny lyrics to describe some private parts
8.#paedae (Omar Sterlin)
paedae of R2bees is at the 8th position because after listening to 90% of his lyrics,is all about ghetto youth have to be rich by hook or crook and enjoy some sex and drinks.
Screw face is also another gem making it big in the 9th position
The only female in the list is also another problem in terms of profane lyrics.
By Ransford Kumi