Blakk Rasta, the radio host and reggae performer, claims Ghanaians don't accept him as an “A-list” performer sufficiently.
In an interview with ZionFelix, the “Barack Obama” hitmaker boasted that his pen game is top-notch but that his craft is underappreciated and regarded as subpar.
He continued by saying that Ghanaians' failure to pay close attention to his profound lyrics is the reason they struggle to grasp his music.
Speaking about his popular Chinese song, Blakk Rasta argued that it wasn't as pointless and worthless as his detractors on social media were making it out.
He said that the song discusses how China forced Africa into terrible debt as an indirect result of the East's colonization of the continent.
In order to grasp the message he was attempting to convey to Africans, Blakk Rasta urged the people making fun of him on social media to pay close attention to the song lyrics.
Blakk Rasta said that he is now the only singer in the country whose songs serve purely to promote Africa; however, he hasn't yet received the recognition he deserves from Africans.