The song is a banger, the song is good. The song is also an introduction of Patapaa Amisty to the world, if One Corner had the reach it had then having other seasoned artistes on the track will only extend the reach of his work. It was probably with this thought that Patapaa Amisty hit Mr Eazi up on Twitter. The response was a good and positive one, and from the looks of it, it seems Patapaa will benefit from Mr Eazi’s enhanced standing in Europe.
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Patapaa will soon be laughing to the bank to cash out a fat money because Eazi has announced a big plan for him. The ‘Bankulize’ hitmaker in a tweet has assured the musician to have patience because his management is dreaming of promoting his brand. This he made it public after the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker requested that he should organise a show for him or bill him for one of his shows in UK. After the Swedru-based musician’s plea, Eazi asked him to contact the head of his management, Meister to talk to him over the petition. This is not the first time Mr. Eazi has shown interest in helping Patapaa. He made it known after this year’s Ghana Music Awards that he would lend a helping hand to him after he lost the Song Of The Year category to Fancy Gadam.
— Eazron Njobvu (@mreazi) April 24, 2018
The VGMAs have come and gone, credit to Patapaa he has moved on since he threatened that “w)n b3ti w)n dwee w) air”.
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It was a setback he had to recover from. That day is dead and gone but his career is not. Kudos to Patapaa Amisty and his managerial team for keeping their eyes focused on the prize.