Quata Budukusu is back to take his rightful place
Quata Budukusu, the originator of tongue- twisting rap in Ghana has evolved and poised to take back his rightful position in the music scene. He said, he is back and ready to take his place.
Following his quick comeback into the music scene after spending close to six years in hibernation, Quata urged Ghanaians to expect the best from him.
The tongue twisting rapper who disclosed to Frederick Noamesi in an exclusive interview, said, the kind of music he is coming out with has never been done in the whole world.
“I am an element of surprises and the level of music I am bringing right now is different from what everybody is doing. I am actually bringing hundred percent intellects into music now. Basically from the onset of Ghanaian music, it has been basic till now. Nothing innovative, nothing educative, you can’t listen to a song and actually researches about it before you understand.”
The rapper further mentioned some academia disciplines which he has fused into his music, noting that Ghanaians should get ready to do a lot of research before they understand his music.
“You need to research on some of the topics before you understand my music. It got science, it got chemistry, it got physics, it got Geography, it got psychology, it got native Twi language and English.”
“My music is also informative, educative and good for business. I am urging my fans to expect the best from me.”
The ‘Baby’ hit- maker who is currently under the management of Bakus Entertainment has released four singles, namely; ‘Wind N Go Low’ and ‘One Life to Live’ produced by Diaz Qlasik, ‘Pum Pum Shots’ produced by Vegas Ace and ‘Ohia’ produced by King Joe.
Rounding up, Quata has stated categorically that he is back and poised to take his right place. He mentioned that he will be doing some collaborations with some artistes as well.