Renown Ghanaian hiplife artiste, Odartei Milla Lamptey, popularly known as ‘Gasmilla’, has praised his well-hit track ‘Telemo’ ahead of all the songs from glowing dancehall artiste, Ebony.
Gasmilla emphatically emphasized on the fact that, none of Ebony’s works can be compared to his song ‘Telemo’, which was released in the year 2014.
According to a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, the ‘Ga’ man declared that the song in question, ‘Telemo’ became the honor of all Ghanaians for a whopping nine months.
He added that the song was supreme among others, even when assembled with other songs from him, such as ‘3 points’, ‘Aboodantoi’ and ‘Letter to the government’.
Given clarification on his claims, he disclosed to Graphic Showbiz that, the hit song was cognate to the ‘old school hits’ which normally reign for a long time.
However, Gasmilla poured some criticisms on the self-acclaimed 90’s bad girl, says he thinks her songs are passing, as they only last for a few months, only for another to reign over.
He further made a statement that usually, all musicians release one top song in their entire career, and that particular song shelters them up.
‘Telemo’, he said, was the toast of all Ghanaians for the year 2014 and remain as his hit song in his career.
Gasmilla recalled that Ghanaians enjoyed Nana Boroo’s ‘Aha Ye De’, as well as D-Cryme’s ‘Kill Me Shy’.
He indicated that these aforementioned artists have found it difficult to come out again with songs as good as those two.