A member of music group, Keche has stated that hiplife artiste, Tinny’s brand is dead.
His comments come on the back of remarks by Tinny in 2013 that most of the songs at that time lack good content.
Tinny’s comments reads
“Nowadays, lyrics in songs don’t add up. Songs nowadays lack great lyrical dexterity. We’ve lost originality. Consider a lyrics like ‘girl na pozzy sɛ yooyi’, I’ve never seen a lady who has posed like “yooyi” before. So nowadays, lyrics in songs don’t add up anymore,”
Tinny said this in an interview with Flexy on ETV Ghana’s Talk Showbiz in 2013
The voice was played back on Pluzz FM’s AM Pluzz on Tuesday morning and set the premise for a discussion. Reacting to the comments, One half of ‘Keche’ group, Josuah, questioned why Tinny would make such a statement.
According to him, ‘Makola Kwakwe’, the song which shot Tinny to fame did not make sense either, adding that Tinny’s brand is dead.
“What was the sense in Tinny’s ‘Makola Kwakwe’ song? The lyrics don’t even make sense. I love Tinny to the bone, he was one of the people I really admired whilst growing up… Tinny’s brand is even dead… We did not reply Tinny then because our ‘Aluguntugui’ song was just fresh,” he fired back.