In response to the ongoing controversies surrounding his new song, “Case,” Mr. Drew has commented.
Kwami Eugene asserted a few days ago that he contributed about 80% of the lyrics to Mr. Drew’s most recent hit song but has not received credit for it.
Eugene expressed his annoyance in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Naana Donkor, who is based in the US.
The entire hook and a few lines of the second verse were written by me. About 80% of that song was my own. In fact, the song’s hook and other components were finished before he arrived to record it; he simply listened to and sang it.
“When I was in America, all I ever heard from him was the song Make We Drop, bro.
The second person who was present when we recorded the song texted me later to let me know Drew had dropped the song. Unfortunately, I was asleep at the time because of the time difference, so he did not let my manager or anyone else know. He (Drew) left me on read after I texted him to ask, the man recalled.
However, Mr. Drew felt compelled to discuss the topic while interacting with his fans on TikTok.
He initially opted not to speak, but he later said that he would not allow for what he called “drama.”
Cleanse your thoughts. Consider the positives. I do not keep up with all the drama that is discussed on blogs. Therefore, my followers do not do so. Positivity is what you should eat. We will show valour when the occasion calls for it, but for now, let us focus on the constructive.
Actually, I do not have anything to say. All I can say is to listen to the song online. You are compelled to learn what is happening. Stream the song with the same enthusiasm. When things like this happen, you all get overly excited, but it does not help the work.