Daniel Regha is a controversial critic and influencer recognized for his excessive assaults of public figures and celebrities, which commonly infuriate their devoted admirers.
As he criticized Tiwa Savage’s most recent single, Koo Koo Fun, calling it a failure, Regha, in his seemingly limitless retailer of knowledge, offered some undesirable suggestion.
Tiwa’s newest enterprise into Amapiano, the influencer acknowledged in his tweet, is proof that the model is simply not for everyone.
Daniel impressed the artist to refrain from following every sample and to remain to the musical genres she is most acquainted with.
“TIWA SAVAGE’S NEW SONG (KOO KOO FUN) IS SOUNDING LIKE KINDERGARTEN RHYMES; SHE’S A GREAT ARTISTE, BUT THAT SONG WAS TOO DISAPPOINTING. AMAPIANO ISN’T FOR EVERYONE; NIGERIAN ARTISTES SHOULD STICK TO THE MUSICAL STYLES THEY KNOW BEST, EVOLVE & QUIT HOPPING ON EVERY TREND. NO SHADES.” HE WROTE
Some of the reactions the tweet stirred:
@Odinkim23: “Haha na oversabi dey do her is even sounding like DJ Cuppy voice shaa .”
@peru_prince1 “Na wizkid inspired that song.”
@MaNnYvarT: “See who is talking, same dude that blast Asake for using same musical styles.”
@honeykay200: “Daniel mr condemn.”
@Diamond101231: “I swear I’m disappointed with her flow also.”
Tiwa Savage’s new tune (Koo Koo Fun) is s¤unding like okay!ndergarten rhymes; She’s an excellent artiste nonetheless that tune was too d!sappointing. Amapiano !sn’t for everyone, Nigerian artistes should comply with the musical sorts they know biggest, evolve & qu!t h¤pping on every sample. No shades.
— Daniel Regha (@DanielRegha) September 22, 2022