Ghanaian rapper Tinny has hit his comrades hard in a latest interview with yfmghana.com.
The Makola Kwakwe rapper in the interview revealed his new single Mini Yaanor will address all this issues and more.
“The motive of the song is that Ghanaian musicians, we are lying too much to our fans, we shouldn’t speak about things we don’t have. Artists say they have bought this and that for that and that amount while they don’t even know the selling price. I also want to tell people the truth because that’s the what the loyal fans deserve.
“This song is for the fans of Tinny who held me down from day one. This is a single off the album that will drop in September. The song is produced by Hype Lyrix.
Touching on his recent Ghana Music Awards throwback shutdown, Tinny said he wasn’t surprised with the reaction of the crowd, Joey B and Pappy Kojo.
“I wasn’t surprised with the reaction of the people because when DJ Black mentioned my name, the cheers were loud and so I was very hyped to give them the best.
“I saw them coming on stage and I thought they were coming to give me the normal flow. But when they got on stage I was wowed with what they did and said. And for Joey B to call me a god, that was something else. I don’t believe he meant I’m God the creator but a god of music because I have been around for a long time and still doing it. It was out of the blue and those two are doing really well. I’m thinking of doing a song with them.”
The Bardman Family artist will drop Mini Yaanor produced by Hype Lyrix this Friday