The “chaos“ about Azonto between Gasmilla and Sarkodie on who really wears the crown, still remains an unraveled issue in the Ghana Music industry.
Even though some efforts are being channeled by the aforementioned artists to reviving the genre but Kwaw Kesse is of different view.
According to the ‘Mad Time‘ boss, the azonto genre died long ago hence, should be left to rest in piece.
This post Kwaw made, might not suit the pleasure of Sarkodie EL, Gasmilla, others who are the backbone and campaign leaders for resurrection of Azonto.
As the campaign for azonto’s resurrection still effective, Sarkodie has released a sonorous single dubbed “Fahooki Me“ which features Tulenkey.
Also, with the assistance of same Sarkodie, rapper EL has dropped another banger “Revival“ as a direct message for same Mission but, has unfortunately sparked lengthy buzz on various social media platforms in terms of it’s quality.
Well, Gasmilla who is claiming Azonto King and made complains of how Sarkodie disrespect him over the same issue, has released his version of azonto “K3k3“ just few days after the above mentioned singles hit the internet.
The big question is if all these buzz and claimed efforts can indeed revive Azonto.
Well, read Kwaw Kesse‘s post below;
For once let’s respect the dead wai, #Azonto died long time !!! Let him Rest In Peace
— #VicToryALbum loading (@kwawkese) April 28, 2020