It’s not even up for a debate. What makes him unique is the fact that his songs are full of catchy and sophisticated punchlines.
His new song “god MC” set Twitter on fire immediately after it’s release. Twitter immediately analyzed the lyrics and pointed it out that he was dissing all the Ghanaian rappers, most importantly Sarkodie who calls himself “King Sark”.
We’ve analyzed the lyrics ourselves and these lines are direct diss, we’ll try and mention who it goes out to.
First, the chorus is a straight diss, Sarkodie calls himself King Sark and has said it countless times he’s the king of Ghana rap.
He’s warning the fans not to be deluded by these noise makers (rappers)
Another one for Sarkodie …. ???
Probably to Pappy Kojo and Joey B ??? and talking about the fashion Ghanaian rappers put on
He was talking about the constant fighting after every award show, the hard truth tho!
This line is talking about Ghanaians in general and how we are regressing instead of progressing, our TVs are filled with a million and one foreign content.
Talking about himself being a boss! We agree! ????
He’s talking about the nonfa raps Ghanaian rappers produce, which focuses on rhymes only and no sense in it, we are guessing this goes out to Sarkodie, Guru and the rest …..
He’s enjoying mocking them ??
M.anifest says he’s the best by far, even though many rappers [Sarkodie] keep claiming they are the best.
Just in case the rappers listening to this song bore, M.anifest is saying they can bore for the corner. W’ani aba is the title is his recent single featuring Bisa Kdei.
This is a response to Sarkodie’s “clash of the titans” song which claims to be a diss to M.anifest, but M.anifest belittles it, saying, he had dinner with Medusa, meaning he’s seen worst.