Patapaa's 'Sco Pa Tu Manaa' Goes Global, See How And Why >>>

Swedru based Ghanaian artiste Patapaa seem to be the luckiest musician in Ghana at the moment as his works always finds it's way on the global trends with the latest being his 'Sco Pa Tu Manaa' term. 

The term which many people describe as gibberish seem to have found a new meaning on popular social media platform Twitter as users of the platform use it to in place of the phrase "What's on your mind? "

First used by the "one corner" hitmaker Patapaa in a song he featured in, the term have found it's way on to sentences of popular figures and institutions like America rapper Wale, Spain based football club Atletico Madrid, UK based online portal The SUN and  many other Twitter users who find the term as a perfect replacement for the usual Twitter phrase "What's on your mind?"

Known in private life as Justice Amoah, Patapaa shot onto the Ghanaian music scene with his 2017 hit single "One Corner" which took the African continent by storm. He is also known for his famous "Olale" verse on Guiltybeatz Akwaaba song which also features Mr.Eazi and Pappy Kojo. 

With his aim of winning a Grammy award one day, Patapaa says he is not bothered by people describing his music as senseless music and one that teaches no morals. 

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