My Azonto Has Never Been Cold Or Dead – Gasmilla
Popular artiste Odartei Milla Lamptey aka Gasmilla has explained that Azonto has been out of the trends in Ghana's music scene for some time but never went totally off or dead as others are claiming.
According to the self-acclaimed originator of Azonto, it has been rebranding itself through what he described as “growing roots.”
The talented rapper with hit tracks like ‘International Fisherman', ‘Abodatooi', ‘Telemo', and others says he disagrees with Michael Owusu Addo aka Sarkodie big time.
Azonto remains one of the biggest dance exports from Ghana to the world, which later became a music genre with the likes of fuse ODG promoting it via tina (This Is New africa).
The dance which is associated with the coastal towns such as Chorkor, James Town, La, Teshie, Nungua, and Tema in the Greater Accra Region involves different movements.
Gasmilla in an interview with the legendary abeiku santana revealed how he has always preserved Azonto from Day 1 till now.
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