- Young musician AY Poyoo and Patapaa Amisty have met in a rare moment to entertain their fans
- The two artistes were seen in an undisclosed location remixing 'Scopatumana' and Putuu
- Both Patapaa and AY Poyoo are noted for their musical lines which are normally comical
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Two of Ghana’s most talked-about musicians, AY Poyoo and Patapaa Amisty, have met to combine their lyrical dexterity on a verse remixing Stonebwoy’s viral Putuu song.
The video which was sighted on Instagram, saw the two music stars standing outside and dropping their lyrics on a beat that was playing on a phone.
Patapaa introduced his popular ‘Scopatumana’ lines on the beat while AY Poyoo threw in some more gibberish and added lines from Stonebwoy’s Putuu song.
It is yet to be revealed if the two artistes are working on a project or just met randomly to have fun while entertaining their fans.
AY Poyoo on the other hand relied heavily on Patapaa’s ‘Scopatumana’ as he remixed the song with so much finesse.
“Scopatumana is the same as banana. Scopatumana is the same as my mama,” AY Poyoo was heard singing.
Patapaa Amisty took over the music industry in Ghana with his One Corner song which went viral.
The One Corner crooner has been touted as Ghana's king of gibberish music owing to the fact that most of the words he uses in songs are incomprehensible.
AY Poyoo, who is more of a new entrant into the music scene is already reaping the benefits of his witty creativity.
Not long ago, it was reported that his Goat song had been streamed over 1 million times on YouTube.
Still on Putuu, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, known in real life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah, has been spotted in a video jamming to Stonebwoy’s viral Putuu song.
In the video that is fast going viral on social media, Shatta Wale is seen tapping into the fame of his now best friend in the music industry Stonebwoy, as he added to the trend of the “Putuu” song.
Dressed in a white long-sleeved shirt, accompanied by a round hat and matching glasses, the “king of dancehall” looked all smart and fine as he sat in his huge office while Putuu played in the background.
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