Veteran Ghanaian sound designer and originator of The Last Two Music Group, Edward Nana Poku Osei, expertly known as Da’ Hammer, has said that public democratic ought not be utilized as a basis to decree the rapper of the year classification.
Da’ Hammer’s remark returns on the of contentions that advanced after Kwesi Arthur was delegated Rapper of the Year at the simply finished Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
A few showbiz intellectuals were of the view that Eno Barony ought to have been pronounced as the rapper of the year and not Kwesi Arthur.
The originator of The Last Two Music Group included his accept the discussion regarding whether Kwesi Arthur merited the honor or not in a meeting with Caleb Nii Boye on ShowBiz on Starr 103.5 FM.
“It’s exactly what I found out about how the rapper of the year was taken care of. I heard it depended on votes and that is the most noticeably terrible thing I have ever heard for a classification like the Rapper of the Year.”
“How would you anticipate that individuals should be genuine about their assessment on a rapper? You can’t persuade fans to be earnest about their assessment of their golden calf. Its absolutely impossible someone who cherishes Sarkodie will say Sarkodie can’t rap or this year he didn’t do that great.”
“Rapper of the Year can never be in the democratic class, it must be chosen by a panel inside the Academy who gets rap. They need to comprehend the stuff to have five mics or one mic. It ought to never be founded on one melody yet all the material you’ve put out.”
“You need individuals who comprehend it to have the option to pick the rapper of the year impartially thus, the VGMA bombed in this classification.”