Originator of popular song, “One Corner” has reiterated the fact that his song is still very popular among Ghanaians and it is still enjoying the popularity it has amassed for itself.
Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Zylofon FM with show host Sammy Forson, Patapaa Amisty indicated that his hit song was still big and making headlines in Ghana.
He revealed that Ghanaians were going to use the song to celebrate this year’s Christmas since it was still a big song and among the favorite songs of many Ghanaians.
Patapaa continued to indicate that he had produced some songs to complement the “One Corner” song and it was going to keep him and his brand relevant in the entertainment industry.
Speaking about his “One Corner” video, the musician revealed that the bill for the video was paid in full by CEO of EIB Network, Bola Ray. He was full of thanks for the businessman and his kind gesture to foot the bill.
He also indicated that Ghanaians should expect a lot from him soon since he has been billed to perform at a number of events this December in Accra and Takoradi; an indication that his music career was booming.
Patapaa’s “One Corner” became an instant sensation and was made popular by Ghanaians on social media. The song was accompanied by a vigorous dance which saw many people record their own performances and shared them online.
Many celebrities including Abeiku Aggrey Santana, Yaw Dabo, Don Jazzy, Davido, Moesha Boduong, Emelia Brobbey and a host of others were all caught up in the “One Corner” dance craze.
The song gathered some controversy when it was reported that a young lady had died after performing the “One Corner” dance.
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There was also the case were it was alleged that the musician was going to be paid GHc 1,000 for his services; an issue which caused a lot of uproar in the media because many people thought the said figure was an ‘insult’ to the artiste.
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