2016 barely just got started, but the way the music industry colleagues have picked on each other ehn! They are tales that should perhaps never be retold from my mouth. Many many thanks to Olamide’s feud with Don Jazzy which hatched itself out on the Headies award stage and continued with a series of fatal tweet-disses. Although it seems they have buried the hatchet, now Dammy Krane has gone to dig it up from where they let it lay and swung it viciously at Wizkid with careless disregard.
While Quilox happened to be the battle ground where Wizkid was alleged to have attacked Dammy Krane perhaps to teach him a lesson on how not to mess with his person, I’ve examined a few other lessons to learn from this izzue.
See what I did there? Lol.
1. Wizkid Is Indeed A Grown Man Now
It is not news that the Starboy lord literally has no chill. Unlike before when he is called out on social media, he doesn’t hesitate to slam his opposition as evidenced from previous twit-banter with colleagues including Davido, Skales, Saeon, Samklef and even his fans. But this time, despite how the Gbetiti crooner maligned the person of Wizkid, going far as to label him a ‘b*tch nigga’ amongst other accusations, he remained mute up until the wee hours of this morning when he officially handed Dammy Krane his response and in person too… like a MAN!
2. Dammy Krane Is A Terrible Songwriter
The bone of contention here is songwriting credit. Dammy Krane claims to have written the hook to Kcee’s award-winning song, Pull Over, on which Wizkid got featured to sing. It takes really less than simple or common sense to decipher the hook to that song, especially if we’re to strip it down to the lyrics. So don’t you wonder what Krane’s hullabaloo is all about?
Secondly, he also claims ownership of Wizkid’s most recent recording Final (Baba Nla). Now here’s the thing about this. I really cannot place Dammy on Kcee’s song, but on Baba Nla? Abeg, leave story! DK would have owned that song to the last vocal sound. And it most certainly would have been the song to advance his artiste prowess. I mean, it takes just one song to do that giving the success stories of Korede Bello, Yemi Alade, Skales and even Kiss Daniel. It still doesn’t make the song less crappy because he might have been better off singing it than Wiz.
Regardless, it sure is painful! But then again, aren’t most trending songs by the industry acts full of crap? Thus, it is not an ill common to him alone. And that’s why it really hurts.
So can you tell me what other thing (lesson or fact) that you’ve picked from this feud?