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    Hammer happy about Asem's song but....

    by Nii Atakora Mensah, Ghana Music.com
    posted Thursday, 28 October 2010 10:52| 0 Comments

    Producer and sound engineer, Hammer of the Last Two is the first to voice out on what he thinks of Asem's '2010 Fylla' song. Listen to 2010 Fylla by Asem

    The song features Asem reviewing the showbiz scene over the past few months, both the music and movie industry. This song was crafted as entrance music to his second album as he promises to be back next year in the outro of the song.

    Speaking Hammer on phone, he said the industry has been so dry for some time now and this song will spark up some heat in it now.

    "I dey feel the song bad but what I feel Asem should have done was to get in contact with all the artistes he mentioned before releasing the song to avoid problems with any one", he continued.

    Richie, Ayigbe Edem, Nana Boroo, Obrafour, Tic Tac, Okyeame Kwame, Kwaw Kese, Reggie Rockstone, Appietus, Sarkodie, SK Blinks, Eazzy, Ruff-N-Smooth, Guru, Iwan, Trigmatic, Baby Jet (Black Star player, Asamoah Gyan) and Sammi B.

    Information reaching Ghana Music.com is that Tema rappers are feverishly preparing a reply to Asem and will let underground artiste, Dadie Opanka handle Asem.




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