In Summary

  • Stoopid Boy crowns himself ‘King of Arbantone’.
  • He’s behind the viral hit ‘G Bag A Jat’.
  • His follow up song dubbed ‘Wegede’ is a collaboration from various artists from his hood. 

Gota City rapper Stoopid Boy has crowned himself the ‘King of Arbantone’ following the release of his follow-up song dubbed Wegede since going viral with the runaway hit ‘G Bag A Jat’. The controversial rapper also crowned female rapper, Shekinah Karen the ‘Queen Of Arbantone’.

Shekinah Karen is the only female who featured in Stoopid Boy’s all boy line-up, The others are Liyetin and Marvin Jackson.

The term ‘Wegede’ loosely translates to a drinking spree as Stoopid Boy and his gang go on a rampage. It might be also taken that Stoopid Boy’s lifestyle is told through this peace.

He doesn’t shy away from revealing that he’s hard to work with when under the influence.

They chose a danceable beat with an infusion of repetition lazed with Sheng in attaining the magic.

“Tuko mawedede wegede yani machangli, wegede!wegede! yani machangli” partly goes the chorus.

Stoopid Boy doesn’t hold a complete verse turn but take turns to mash up its opening. Maybe, they chose him to take a backseat since he’s holds the chorus by himself.

All the artists who earned this feature delivered, however, Shekinah Karen proved untouchable.

Despite being placed at the tail-end of the song, her light shone emanating from her unrivaled lyricism not to mention her no-nonsense spirit.

This is also evident as captured in the armature video as she fiercely raps during the recording session.

Shekinah Karen inChali Gwiji cover photo/Instagram

 

Beef With Dr. Ofweneke

Stoopid Boy recently hit the headlines when he cancelled a T.v interview with Dr. Ofweneke at the eleventh hour demanding to be paid.

An angry Ofweneke noted that Stoopid Boy would live to regret his actions. A few days ago, Ofweneke shared an olive branch together with a lunch invitation which Stoopid Boy is yet to honor.

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