Ghanaian hip-hop musician Kwaw Kese claims to have popularized the song “You Dey Craze” by award-winning rapper Edem.
Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese, and other artistes were featured in 2008 song “You Dey Craze,” which was produced by Hammer of the Last 2.
The rapper from “World We Day” and well-known rapper Yaa Pono are engaged in an ongoing dispute. When Yaa Pono released the diss song “Yard,” intended against Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese retaliated by attacking Yaa Pono, which ignited the conflict between the two rappers.
By pointing out that Sarkodie was on the record of a deceased man, Yaa Pono made fun of Sarkodie in the diss song.
Kwaw Kese responded to Yaa Pono’s diss song to Sarkodie on Twitter by advising him to improve himself rather than focusing his time and energies on another person.
According to a video that was seen, Kwaw Kese said that his line in “U Day Craze” was what made the song popular while reminding Yaa Pono of his successes in the Ghanaian music business.
If I’m lying, check out our performance of the song on Sarkodie’s most recent show, “That Time We Dropped ‘U Dey Craze,” to find out who made that song popular. “You folks claim that I haven’t done anything and that I am peaceful despite the fact that I can’t rap,” he said.
However, I’m telling you guys that my part in that song is what made it popular. Some people even believe that Kwame Nkrumah did not declare Ghana’s independence. He added