Swag Kid who is currently the youngest, fastest rapper to emerge from Ghana with his fluency in English language delivery has lend his voice to the growing debate of who is the originator of the Azonto dance.Over the weekend, he sent his message across at the gathering of ‘R2Bees & Friends’ event held in Tema, where he performed and also pleaded to both Sarkodie and Gasmilla to allow the good name of the brand-Azonto to prevail rather than quest for personal glories.
In his own words, the eleven year old lad said, “I feel that Azonto is a beautiful thing that has come out from this part of the world. Instead of trying to create unnecessary rants of who brought it or who didn’t do this and that, we should be happy for its emergence, we should be glad that we have ‘something’ that we can call ours.”
When asked what he feels about the pressing beef between Sarkodie and Gasmilla on who is the originator of Azonto, he said, “I will not stand here and say that this person or that person is the originator of the dance. My advice is that they should be calm and concentrate on their chosen career and be firm in pushing Azonto as a brand instead of allowing the public to brew rancor between them.”
Swag Kid in the same vein thanked all his fans who have followed him; embraced his style of rap and thus called for more reviews and comments on how he can serve them well.
Recently Swag Kid made history with his single-JUPA which is currently trending as the most played song by the youngest rapper in Ghana within the first month of it release.
The uniqueness of the song since its release has drastically increased his fan base and the King Jay’s Entertainment Record Label signee is bracing up for his forthcoming nationwide tour.
Source: Adeyemi Adebayo Victor/Ghanaweb