- Daniel in a controversial tweet, stated that Shallipopi's debut album was targeted for smokers and yahoo boys
- Though Daniel recognized that the album had some amazing beats, but he equally referred to the lyrical content as “a complete zero.”
Daniel Regha, a renowned music enthusiast and critic, has recently shared his candid thoughts on Shallipopi's highly Debut album, “Presido la Pluto”
Daniel Regha dives deep into an analysis on the Shallipopi's latest album.
Daniel voiced his opinion in a controversial tweet that Shallipopi's debut album, “Presido La Pluto,” was aimed for marijuana users and “Yahoo boys.”
Regha declared the lyrical substance of the record to be “a complete zero,” even though he agreed that the record had some amazing beats.
He also criticized the lack of originality in the song “Iyo,” saying that it was a sample of Shallipopi's “Itendo” by Fabo Mo.
Notwithstanding the severity of his criticism, he stutteringly concluded his rant on Twitter with the phrase “No offence,” implying that his words were simply his personal opinion.
“Shallipopi's debut album (Presido La Pluto) is a 1/10; The album is made for yahoo boys & weed smokers. The beats were very catchy, but lyrically speaking the songs are a zero.
“Furthermore, in the track “lyo”, he kinda sampled “Itendo”, a song by Fabomo who's another popular Edo artiste. The only manageable track off the album is Jungle. No offense.”
In another news, Daniel Regha calls out DJ Cuppy over billions reportedly donated to her foundation
In response to a photo DJ Cuppy shared on Twitter, Daniel Regha questions her.
Cuppy posted a picture of herself looking stunning and said it was a gift for her fans' timelines.
Cuppy tweeted, “You didn't sneeze, but I blessed your timeline.”
Daniel Regha responded by asking Cuppy about the alleged billions given to her foundation in 2019.
He also reminded her of the commitment made to help students, which, in his opinion, has not yet been carried out. However, he praised Cuppy's attire.
“Cuppy, you are yet to account for the billions donated to the Cuppy Foundation since late 2019. Also, keep in mind that the pledge you made to assist students hasn't been fulfilled. People might've overlooked it, but the public hasn't forgotten. Do the needful. Nice outfit by the way.”