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Stonebwoy Explains His Putuu Freestyle After Being Criticized For Imitating Patapaa

Stonebwoy - Putuu Freestyle (Pray)
Stonebwoy / Putuu Freestyle cover photo

Multiple award winning dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy deviated from his usual dope conscious and motivational lyrics to singing in a gibberish language on his new Putuu Freestyle.

The gibberish lyrics in the new song has brought about a lot of criticism to the dancehall artiste, with many accusing him of imitating Patapaa.

This criticism and backlash has forced the “Nominate” hitmaker to come out and explain why he deviated from real dancehall and afrobeat to “asorkor”.

Taken to his Twitter page, Stonebwoy explained that Putuu is just a freestle and a street hit meant for all walks of people. Adding that the tongues he sang, excluding the hook and the chorus are well understood in Papua New Guinea.

“Putuu is Just a Freestyle, For All You Know half of the tongues I sang excluding the chorus and Hook.. (Pray) is well understood in Papua New Guinea ???! It’s a street Hit Meant for all Walks of people.. Let’s Pray and Exhale corona has caused us so much!! #MillionStyles” – he tweeted.

See the tweet below;

Meanwhile, the song has over 350,000 streams on Audiomack in less than 2 days.


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