Kumerica has no future; it will soon go into oblivion - Musuc producer declares

Kumerica has no future; it will soon go into oblivion - Musuc producer declares

- Wei Ye Oteng has indicated that the Kumerica trend would soon die out

- According to him, the whole mantra was not thought through well enough to be commercialized

- Kumerica has become a term associated with people who hail from the Ashanti region of Ghana

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Beat producer and the CEO of Drum Lyne Music Wei Ye Oteng, has predicted a sudden end to the current Kumerica trend that has caught on on social media and among celebs.

The music executive, in post on Facebook, indicated that the trend which is receiving massive applause and attention would soon go into oblivion to be remembered no more.

According to Wei Ye Oteng, the Kumerica trend does not have a future and would soon die out because it was not thought through well enough.

Kumerica has no future; it will soon go into oblivion - Musuc producer declares

Wei Ye Oteng. Source: Instagram/Wei Ye Oteng
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He added that with careful planning, the trend would have been turned into something everlasting but has now become diluted.

Wei Ye Oteng went on to claim that the many dimensions that have come to be associated with the Kumerica trend is now so confusing since one clear cut-out path has not been carved for it.

The experienced beatmaker took to Facebook and wrote:

"Kumerica has no future. Is dead on arrival because it was never thought through. We could have done it better by projecting us and not confusing ourselves. Confuse boys. #Otengbeats #WYO #Obrafour #drumlyneent #TheSmoke #behindthesmoke"

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His post was an indication that the pacesetters of the viral mantra were now not certain on how to treat the trend, hence his prophecy of doom.

Wei Ye Oteng went on to jab the originators of the trend and called them "confused boys"

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Meanwhile, popular actress and TV show host, AJ Poundz, known by the real name Matilda Adjoa Densu, has made a big announcement after she welcomed a bouncy baby girl.

Reports making rounds on social media have it that the Onua TV star put to birth on September 21, 2020, at an undisclosed health facility in Accra.

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Following the birth of her baby girl, AJ took to her social media page to tell the whole world about her new bundle of joy.

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