by Rashid Mkwehiwa

Months after Lilongwe based rappers namely Phyzix and Martse dropped "Makofi" and "Adidas" respectively, the music fraternity concluded that the two songs were diss songs targeting Blantyre based rapper Fredokiss popularly known as Ntchana all over the country.

In an exclusive interview with award winning arts and entertainment journalist Harold Kapindu, the "Kunditcha Fredo" hit maker denied targeting the two Lilongwe based rappers in his most recent released single titled "dadada".

After being asked if the song is a diss song targeting Phyzix and Martse Fredokiss denied. The Ghetto King Kong described the concept of the song as being at ease in the face of rebuke, disrespect and hatred and not dwelling on the negativity but focus on love and other important things.

It is not (diss), I don't do such music. I used to do that when I was young and immature. This level of maturity and experience sees life differently. These are all my brothers. I love them both.'' He explained.

Dadada has been released under Ghetto Gutter Entertainment (GGE) and it's now available only on his YouTube channel before being exclusively available on Ghetto tunes later. The skilled rapper also hinted on plans of releasing an album this year to be titled "Ghetto Angel".

Fredokiss also mentioned that from now onwards his music will be released through his YouTube channel, Spotify, Dizzer, iTunes, SoundCloud and Google Play just to mention a few, as these sites will help him to reach further to a wider audience internationally.