Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie has released a new hip-hop song featuring music group, La Meme Gang dubbed, “Homicide” and most fans think it’s a subtle jab at Shatta Wale, the dancehall artiste.
Sarkodie explains how far he has come in the music industry by responding to lyrical beefs from colleague musicians.
Sarkodie asked anyone wanting to battle him to check his streaming numbers if they want to brag about being bigger than him.
Michael Owusu Addo, known with his prowess of fusing literary devices in his raps, indirectly told Shatta Wale that “One day the Sunshine will overcome the rain (the Reign)” a word-play line that got many Sark Fans nodding.
Shatta Wale’s recent album is called “The Reign” hence many thought it was a smart way to talk about the album that filled the Fantasy Dome up to its capacity.
Sark, as he is affectionately called, somewhere in the song said “calm down let me diss you to make you a favour, I am done with the beef I deal with pork now. I don’t have to compete you I’m already made so stop bragging otherwise I would put a stop to your daily bread…,” part of the lyrics that might have sparked Shatta Wale’s fans to charge up Sarkodie on his twitter page.
Shatta Wale after his Reign concert told Joy News that Sarkodie’s career will go down the drain for doing a diss song against him.
Shatta, earlier called colleague musicians, Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese, broke musicians who have done nothing to help up and coming artistes but both of them released diss songs to disagree with him.