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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

I’m not bothered by diss songs; I’ve a reputation to protect – Kofi Kinaata


Eminent Ghanaian performer Kofi Kinaata has shared his way of thinking behind avoiding melodies that ruin others, picking rather to zero in on elevating and rousing music.


In a new meeting with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, Kinaata made sense of that he sees no worth in making diss tracks that could hurt connections inside the music local area. He stressed that such melodies frequently lead to pernicious trades that could stretch out to influencing one's loved ones.


"I need to discredit individuals, so I won't answer a fight for you to affront my mom. I won't answer to your diss tune for you to get the nerves to offer specific remarks that will influence my loved ones.


"I need to set a genuine model for the future. Individuals brief me about diss tunes designated at me constantly, yet I wouldn't fret. On the off chance that you have various hit melodies as an artiste you will not answer such tunes," he said. Kinaata's position mirrors his longing to set a positive model for arising craftsmen, empowering them to focus on imagination and solidarity over cynicism.


He featured that effective performers with a line of hit melodies commonly try not to take part in or answering diss tracks. Known for his honesty and music content that encourages solidarity, Kinaata's methodology hangs out in an industry where quarrels have become progressively normal.

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