Tinny names D-Black, Kwaw Kese and Patapaa as the worst rappers in Ghana

Tinny names D-Black, Kwaw Kese and Patapaa as the worst rappers in Ghana

Ghanaian rapper Tinny has named fellow rappers D-Black, Kwaw Kese and Patapaa as the worst rappers in Ghana.

According to Tinny, the three rappers come top among all rappers who do not know how to rap well.

In an interview he granted Lexis Bill on Joy FM, the 'Makola Kwakwei' hitmaker disclosed names of his best and worst rappers.

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Tinny in explaining the choice of names he mentioned as worse rappers noted that among the three, D-Black is best.

He continued to explain that comparing Kwaw Kese and Patapaa, he will root for Kwaw Kese as the better of the two.

Tinny disclosed that in the music industry, he does not listen to rappers that are whack and shallow.

He however admitted that Kwaw Kese especially has contributed his quota to the growth of music in Ghana.

He recalled how Kwaw Kese at a point in time was regarded as a good rapper, causing him to make waves in the music industry.

The rapper revealed that he used to listen to Kwaw Kese but he doesn't anymore because he is not a good rapper.

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Tinny added that he will prefer to listen to D-Black over Kwaw Kese since he feels D-Black is better even though the two are all whack.

According to him, Patapaa is the worst rapper in Ghana currently.

When asked to mention his favorite rappers in Ghana, Tinny mentioned Sarkodie, Edem, Medikal and Kofi Mole.

Tinny, known in real life as Nii Addo Quaynor in the early 2000s was one of the top artistes in Ghana.

He was adjudged the New Artiste of the year at both the Ghana Music Awards and Ghana Music Awards UK in 2004.

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