Reggae musician, Blakk Rasta has challenged other musicians in Ghana to compare their ways of singing with his and see the vast spectrums of differences in the manner he does his songs.
According to Blakk Rasta, many musicians in Ghana boast of nice and melodious voices when it comes to singing and song composers but there is no iota of reasonable purpose behind what they put in their kinds of music, unlike his songs.
He has therefore put it out for everyone to judge while challenging and throwing up the challenge to the rest of the Ghanaian musicians that he dares them to tell the whole world what message all their songs carry.
He stated; it is only in his songs that you would hear and see that all his songs are meant to project the African continent and Ghanaian identity and cultural heritage without any backtrack.
The media personality could not buy the ideas of some Ghanaian song composers who are claiming that their songs are better than every message their songs portray which triggered his veins to come out and rubbish such wrong assumptions they are peddling in the air without substantiating the claims.
Blakk Rasta, who is known nationwide as the proponent for the legalization of weed smoking and its trading activities in Ghana, has taken a swipe at those who alleged that he has been drinking and smoking Indian hemp which he recently caused a massive uproar on social media.
According to Blakk Rasta, he is a man of God who does not deal in drugs and smoking because he has been ordained as a minister to work at the vineyard of God.
He disclosed that he is such an amazing individual, who does not eat anything which has eyes.
His outrageous pronouncements did not go down well with people who have been following his comments on the radio whenever he comes on the air.
But finally, as he stated that there is no musician in Ghana whose songs project the African continent as he does, he is still marketing Ghana to the outside world through his styles of composition and singing since he believes in total liberation and emancipation to setting up the captives free.