Last year, during the 4syte music video award show, the Bhim president, Stonebwoy, made a 40-year declaration about the future of Ghanaian artists. Though some have come out within that period to show their discontent with his statement, others seem unconcerned about what he said and how it could impact their careers.
However, upcoming dancehall gem, Ervidense Paragon, in his new Yee Kun single has addressed this issue and thrown some shots at the renowned reggae dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy. According to Ervidense Paragon, he is not part of that 40 years statement and emphasizes that “ it won’t even take me even a year to blow.” Before the release of the of his Anloga Junction Album, Ervidense expected Stonebwoy to have apologized to Ghanaians for that statement and possibly retract it; but it seems that was going to happen ergo, his Yee Kun reply to Stonebwoy.
Surprisingly, Ervidense paragon, affirms in an interview with Sammyflex that Stonebwy after hearing the song, inboxed him to bless and big him up. Which seems like an unusual response to someone coming at you. He believes Stonebwoy recognizes real talent and endorses him in spite of taking shots at him with Yee Kun.
Though not popular in the dancehall scene, Ervidense Paragon is a real talent with some good bars on his songs, Careful, Ambition, and now Yee Kun. With the support of Ghanaians, he hopes to make a grand break into the industry with his creativity and musical prowess.
watch full interview with SammyFlex here: