Entertainment of Thursday, 15 September 2016
Source: Frederick Nyame
The Okukuseku hitmaker, Sir Kriz has finally calmed down nerves on an alleged “beef” between him and Okortor Perry, Cape Coast based musician.
Sir Kriz, who was allegedly to have dissed Okortor Perry in his “Bie gya” track some months back finally broke his silence on ATL 100.5FM during a live interview with Mani Kay in promoting his New song, ‘Okukuseku’ featuring Richie Rich and produced by Nigel Beats.
The rapper and singer made it clear that from his humble beginning and as a staunch Christian, there is no way to harbour the spirit of insults and morality does not even demand of him to be insulting people not to talk of players of the same industry.
As a younger brother to Okortor Perry, he only advised him to master the genre of music he does and have a second look at his lyrical content because most music lovers of today are more critical about lyrics than mere beats.
Sir Kriz was of the view that not everyone will have the edge to advise a fellow artist but he sees nothing wrong in doing such because friends in the showbiz industry must help each other grow. After giving Orkortor Perry a shout out as requested by the host (Mani Kay) of the show, he hinted on possible collaboration with him in future.
He further revealed that, such altitudes in the industry was his motivation in writing his new song, ‘Okukuseku’. In the Okukuseku song, Sir Kriz advised humanity against friends who are wolves in sheep skins but when we look before we leap and with God on our side, the wicked will always be exposed.
Sir Kriz feat Richie Rich – Okukuseku