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Popular Ghanaian Sound Engineer Defends His “Trashy” Opinion On Stonebwoy’s Putuu

After his comment on Stonebwoy’s latest release Putuu, Riddim Boss has once again defended why he opined that Putuu was trashy.

In spite of being known for some of the greatest tunes and his lyrical ingenuity over the years, Stonebwoy’s Putuu seems to have shocked fans and Ghanaians with its light approach to the lyrics, seriousness, and depth of the song.

Courtesy Stonebwoy

Riddim boss who has expressed his opinion on his social media about Putuu being a trashy song has come under inferno for his opinion.

Defending his point on Zylofon’s Showbiz Agenda, Riddim boss stated emphatically that in spite of what people are saying, he thinks, “Stonebwoy has been given a pass.”

He also added that for those entertainment pundits who lambasted the likes of Patapaa for his scopatumana tunes and are applauding Putuu is hypocritical. To him, “if it’s for entertainment purposes why didn’t they say that for other artists?”

He believes that considering the “Pedigree of the artist Stonebwoy is, he is well endowed to produce songs like this, and per his standards, this song is trash and “Borla”.

Story by Matilda Mensah Marfo

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