A heat just dropped! Phrimpong descends heavily on Yaa Pono in ‘That Line’ produced by Khendi Beatz.
A rapper’s ego is a line no other crosses and go scot-free but Yaa Pono in his ‘Facts’ stepped on many toes. Barely 16hours after Phrimpong steps behind the microphone to defend his base, Kumasi, in full aggression against a derogatory remark by the former.
That Line, a two minutes no-chorus rap song is uncompromising, putting Yaa Pono on the chopping board for a making a bad move.
Background: In ‘Facts‘ Yaa Pono dropped a verse purposely taken a swipe at Kumasi, directly to the city based rap talents who featured in Shatta Wales’s Ahodwo Las Vegas song; Phrimpong, King Paluta, Kweku Flick, Ypee, Kofi Jamar, Amerado and Phaize.
Listen to ‘That Line’ below: