The Three Warlords And The Battle Of Lyrical Dominance In Gonjaland – The Hidden Reality


The last few days have been some days of a fierce battle in Gonjaland, a first of its kind with severity that risked the collapse of careers and will surely find some space in the history books of music in the Savannah region.


Information gathered by OneMuzikGh.Com indicates that the root cause of this rap battle traces to a track Olaadis, a rapper under Famous Music released last year. The track titled “Gbe Gbe Gbe” was a controversial banger that aimed a dig at his colleague musicians, managements and all industry players across the Savannah.

Rapper Legxicon
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It is believed Legxicon, one of the established rappers in the Savannah Music Industry signed under Aseda Records got hit by a stray bullet from Olaadis’ “G

be Gbe Gbe” but stayed mute when almost all his colleagues were barking at Olaadis.

Rapper Olaadis
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Just as when many thought everything was over, Legxicon came from behind to unleash a heavy attack his “Issakaba” song. A song culminated in sophisticated punchlines, heavy bars, thick flow and a violent content.

Golden 4G

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Not only did Legxicon attack Olaadis, but added the Kijinkorge Music headliner, Golden 4G whom he said was also seen throwing jabs at him on Facebook. As per the norms of the rap game, Olaadis couldn’t sit watching Legxicon tore him apart in despair but also jumped into the studio to unleash a vigorous response titled “Lashes.”


The mention of Golden 4G’s name also pushed the Kijinkorge Music signee into the studio to do what he does most, hence giving Legxicon a fair share of his own potion dubbed “Legxi-Maize.” Legxicon later came back in less than 24 hours after Golden’s “Legxi-Maize”, with another boom, “Last Burial” which he claimed to bury both Olaadis and Golden 4G after he beheaded them through his initial “Issakaba” solo.


Golden 4G counteracted again with “Kajonobi” (Puppy) while Olaadis with clear a intention came with “Game Over” stating that, that reply was a curtain-drawer to the lyrical battle from his side. Though Legxicon went again with a short freestyle tagged “Shankiki News”, there seemed to be a ceasefire from all the camps eventually bringing this historic battle of rap supremacy in the Savannah to an abrupt end.


Is there a winner in this battle, well, there seems to be no winner in any battle field since there are always casualties from all parties involved. But OneMuzikGh.Com after a thorough examination of all songs came out with the conclusion that all rappers did well, proving to the Savannah and the entire world what they can do and how far they can go in the future. There seemed to be hope and these Three Warlords exhibited that there’s immerse talents in Gonjaland and it will take an exposure and good management to nurture them and transform them into globalized superstars.



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