Ghanaian Rapper, E.L born Elom Adablah says the nation must not witness the death of anyone before any artiste is crowned ‘King of Rap’ in Ghana.
He said this in relation to the increasing spate of unhealthy rivalry in the music space.
“Nobody has to die. Let’s just come down, nobody has to die for anything to happen. We are supposed to be making music and there is no competition in music.
Music is supposed to be uplifting, it’s supposed to upset your emotions but with the other things that come with it that is why I don’t really like to take part in all the extra stuff,” he said.
He added that if the beef is not a healthy one it should not be encouraged
“If it is going to be competition, it should be a competition that helps each other to grow and to develop”.
Touching on his ranking in the Ghanaian Rap Culture, the “Kaalu” Crooner said he is in his own league
“I’m just in a class of my own. I’m not for everybody I don’t want to be for everybody.
‘I want to be for a select few who are actually enlightened enough and smart and intelligent enough to know what I am talking about.
‘I don’t want to be mass production. I don’t want to be in everybody’s top five I want to be in the people who matter’ top five and the people who matter are not many.
‘I don’t place myself anywhere the thing is as I have grown and I have come to realize that, when it comes to rap nobody is better than anybody.
‘There is no best rapper. Rap is an art form and the thing about art is you can’t do arts better than anybody else…so all the competition that goes on and stuff, I’m in a class of my own…
‘When I see those lists, it’s sad to me because people are getting boxed up and I’m just not in that class,” he said.