-The "One Corner" song maker has 'dropped' another song titled "Kitchen Stool"
-The song is based on the viral video involving a headmaster and a female student
Patapaa Amisty, singer of the viral “One Corner” song has come out with yet another single based on the viral video involving Mr. Robert Seppey, the Head teacher of Breman Adumanu in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District of the Central Region.
In a story sighted by YEN.com.gh on ghanacelebrities.com, the “One Corner” hit maker together with some other artistes have come out with a song titled “Kitchen Stool”.
Some people have however argued that the singer’s move was in a bid to remain relevant in the music industry since he had not produced another hit song after his famous “One Corner” song which spread like wildfire throughout the country.
Others have asserted that the song produced by the Takoradi-based musician was a way of proving that he was not a one-time hit song maker.
After the famous “One Corner” song which had a hilarious dance attached to it, the singer has not made headlines with the release of another song even though he promised more ‘fireworks’.
The song which was produced by King Odyssey features Osahene Pablo and Shi Wayne. The song describes the famous intercourse position which went viral involving an alleged 18-year old student.
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. Some Men of God and other Ghanaians including Prophet Kumchacha spoke against the song and called it ‘demonic’.
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