Kawoula Biov reveals how long he begged Patapaa for 'Skopatomana' verse

Kawoula Biov reveals how long he begged Patapaa for 'Skopatomana' verse

Ghanaian singer Kawoula Biov has revealed the number of months it took him to get Patapaa to feature on his song.

Kawoula Biov, the artiste who featured Patapaa on his song that has gone viral revealed how he suffered to get Patapaa on the song.

According to the upcoming artiste, it took him about six months to finally get Patapaa to feature on his 'Davie Ne Ba' song.

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In an interview with Andy Dosty on Accra based radio station Adom FM, the singer spoke concerning his song that has gone viral.

He disclosed that he has to go through some tough times, since Patapaa seemed busy over the time he asked him for a feature.

Kawoula noted that Patapaa was always coming up with excuses until he finally got into the studio to sing his verse.

He revealed that even though Patapaa was his friend, the rapper gave him a real tough time when he needed him.

Concerning Patapaa's verse, Kawoula revealed that even though the verse seemed not have made any rightful meaning, he decided to go ahead and promote the song.

The singer admitted that many people who listened to the song initially rubbished Patapaa's verse on the song.

He stressed that even though he paid Patapaa for the feature, he could not complain after the rapper came up with such a hilarious rap verse.

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Kawoula expressed shock at how Patapaa's verse which was condemned initially rather made the song to become popular.

He also disclosed that Patapaa was feeling reluctant to get on his song because the rapper said he does not want to collaborate with artistes from Swedru.

Meanwhile in what seemed like a funny song with a funny video, 'Davie Ne Ba' has become one of the most popular songs at the moment.

Patapaa's verse which has been termed 'Skopatomana' has catapulted the song to a far reaching level.

The verse has brought about the 'Skopatomana Challenge' which have Ghanaians trying to mimic the exact words of Patapaa.

Kawoula admitted that the words in Patapaa's verse seem meaningless and difficult to learn since it sounds like someone praying in tongues.

He funnily said that he will need to drink two gallons of 'akpeteshie' to be able to rap the exact words of Patapaa.

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