Creativity is one aspect of music and musicians who tend to be creative and poetic in their songs mostly gain the attention of several music lovers.
A.B. Crentsil made use of creativity in his ‘Moses’ song in the past. In recent years, the late Ebony also dropped ‘Hustle’ of which a lot of Ghanaians thought the song was profane.
Wendy Shay dropped ‘Kul It’ and received similar condemnation.
The latest controversial song that has towed similar line is ‘PussyCat’ by Takoradi based artiste Atsu Koliko.
However, hiplife musician Atsu Koliko has rubbished claims by some DJs that his newly released track titled ‘PussyCat’ with Ghanaian rapper Ayesem is a profane song.
According to him, the song comes nowhere close to a profane song.
“I don’t do profane songs. my songs are clean and there is know way i will change from that, its obvious that, some people read the title and then place their judgement without listening to the content or lyrics of the song” he said
He also added that, Kwesi Slay has a similar song with the same title which djs are enjoying and receiving massive airplays in some part of the country, so cant mine to be played on air?
Listen to PussyCat by Atsu Koliko below and tell us what you think about the song too