I listened to Martin Arthur’s know in show business as “Kofi Kinaata” Time no dey track. An inspirational song if you ask me, but obviously not as inspiring as his “Sukuka” track which sky rocketed him to fame. I being a Takoradi guy, respect and enjoy good songs made by “Tadi” artists.
I have followed Kofi Kinaata from his “table top beat” freestyles till date. He’s been a “jovial” rapper with his funny yet catchy punchlines.
He wowed me and probably most of his funs when he song Sukuka (something uncharacteristic about him). Well he followed it with a “sweet spiced sweet pie”, a song gradually replacing my all time love song “Tsena Menkyen” by the legendary Papa Yankson. And now “Time No Dey”, a popular “Tadi” term.
Believe you me this song is gonna be a street athem.My only problem is the sudden drift from hard core raps he’s known for to singing (though there are raps in there). I loved Kinatta when he used to really Rap. I always felt proud with his Tadi punchlines. He needs to show his credentials as the FRG. However in this show business, one needs to cross off board to experiment where he would best suit.
I wish he will give me a bit of his trademark hard core raps in his next tracks. I am still enjoying the Pappy Kojos and oooh mine Akito Rowrow.
Akito is a re-Definition of the Ambulley-Kwagees rappers. Takoradi artist are recapturing the nation once again.
Indeed Kinaata has grown into becoming an established artist and there’s no doubt should he keep working hard he’s gonna go places.
Least I forget, my Fantse artist favourite tracks are Vandamm (Pappy Kojo ft Akiti), HoneyMoon (I call it Sis Manuna) T-Phlow and now Time No Dey by Kinatta.
Story by : Papa Asamoah