Monday 7th April , 2014 10:45 am
Ever since hiplife artiste, D. Cryme came to prominence with the release of his debut hit single, Kill Me Shy in 2010, the artiste who refers to himself as ‘Twi Pop General’ has not had it rosy sustaining his fame and popularity.
It seems all his songs after Kill Me Shy which earned him the Hiplife Song of the Year gong the following year at the Ghana Music Awards did not meet the expectation of music lovers.
But the Tema-based artiste has debunked the perception that his popularity has waned and says he is still as popular as when he hit the limelight some four years ago.
He told Showbiz last Thursday that different issues about life inspire artistes during the composition of songs and his latest, No Mercy just came to mind when he was strategising on how to bounce back in style.
“That is not to say that my popularity has waned. That is not it all because I still amass a large following on social network and it shows that my fans are still behind me.
“No Mercy is just to ask people to watch out for me as I do my own thing with music this year without an iota of mercy,” he said.
Earlier this year, he released a new song, Memories On the Wall which featured R&B singer, Chase and soon after it has received considerable airplay, D. Cryme is back with No Mercy.
Produced by Mix Master Garzy, No Mercy is a danceable hiplife tune unlike Memories On the Wall which was in the slow tempo vein.
No Mercy tells the story of a lady who has deceived many men and taken their affections for her for granted until she meets D. Cryme who is poised to teach her the lesson of her life showing her “no mercy”.
Source: Graphic Showbiz