Songs by 'overhyped' Yaw Tog don't make sense - Mr. Logic jabs young musician

Songs by 'overhyped' Yaw Tog don't make sense - Mr. Logic jabs young musician

- Mr. Logic, an artiste manager says Yaw Tog is overhyped and that his songs don't make sense

- The former made the assertion sharing his opinion on Ghanaian artistes losing out on 2021 BET Awards nominations

- He added that Tog is talented but it doesn't necessarily mean that he makes sense

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Mr. Logic, an artist manager has lashed out at Yaw Tog, claiming that the rapper is "overhyped" and his songs don't make sense.

He made the statement whilst sharing his thoughts on the news that no Ghanaian artiste scored a nomination at the 2021 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards.

Mr. Logic: Songs by 'overhyped' Yaw Tog don't make sense
Mr. Logic: Songs by 'overhyped' Yaw Tog don't make sense. Photo source: user-generated
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It was expected that the level of engagement by the likes of Tog, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, and Shatta Wale during the year would secure them a nomination.

"Yaw Tog is overhyped. Yaw Tog doesn't make any sense in his songs. I will say this and I will say it on authority without any insult, it doesn't mean he is not talented," said Logic during a discussion on Hitz FM hosted by Andy Dosty.

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"There is a difference between talented and making sense. The boy has the zeal."

Watch Mr. Logic share his opinion about Yaw Tog below.

Tog is known for his song, Sore, released in September 2020. The remix of the song featuring Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur was released early this year. In March 2021, he released his debut EP titled, Time.

In other news, Ghanaian artiste, MzVee has opened up about what is said to be the Lynx Entertainment 'curse' - a situation where artistes who leave the label lose their appeal as public figures.

A few years ago, she went on an unexplained break, only to return as an independent artiste, partnering with other music companies on her songs. In past years, the likes of Eazzy, OJ Blaq, and Asem lost their mainstream acclaim after they parted ways with the Richie Mensah-founded label. The phenomenon became known as the Lynx Entertainment 'curse.'

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