Music producer/sound engineer Roro
Award winning music producer/sound engineer, Roro is certain that Daddy Lumba’s newest song, Ofoo Na odi nsem foo is not targeted at gospel musician, Great Ampong.
His comments come days after Great Ampong has publicly denied that his Onyame Akatua, released on Thursday January 26, is a diss song against legendary Highlife artiste, Daddy Lumba.
Speaking to Tony Best, the host of Akoma FM’s Entertainment 360, Roro said that part of the lyrics of the song defeats the assertion.
“Daddy said somewhere in the song that, Ɔne mpreko nnworo that he does not play with swine, and obviously we have played with him countless times, and Daddy Lumba is no swine himself. Daddy also said that hwɛ bɛrema anim asɛ n’akyi, meaning – take a look at a man whose face is like his back. And looking at Ampong and myself, obviously, we look so good and far from that description,” Roro said.
Daddy Lumba and Great Ampong have become subject of interests in the last few days following the release of their respective songs Ofoo Na Odi nsem foo and Onyame Akatus.
Even though Daddy Lumba didn’t mention any name in the song, a number of people attributed it to Great Ampong, one that the former vehemently denied.
Great Ampong, on the other hand gave much energy to the perception that Onyame Akatua is a response to Daddy Lumba when he mentioned during an interview on Happy FM last week that he will be dropping a song for the Yene Wo Sere Kwa hitmaker.
According to Great Ampong in the interview, someone from the camp of Daddy Lumba informed him the Aben Wo Ha singer was in the studio cooking a diss song for him. Thereafter, Ofo Na Edi Asem Foo was released.
However, in a recent chat with Graphic Showbiz, the Adom Wo Whim artiste stated clearly that his new song has no connection to his alleged frosty relationship with Daddy Lumba.
“My new song is not a diss to Daddy Lumba and that is the truth. Yes, I will respond to him later but what I want people to understand is that Onyame Akatua is not targeted at anyone, especially Daddy Lumba.
“This song carries a general message to listeners. Should I do a song for Daddy Lumba, I will boldly mention his name. When I did a song for Nana Akufo Addo, I mentioned his name. So, what will stop me from doing so now?” he questioned.