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Stamma Gramma drops 'Scammer Anthem' Featured

Press Release Written by  AKA Friday, 05 April 2013 19:56 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Controversial dancehall artiste Stamma Gramma has recently release a video for his t single “Scammer Anthem”. The video premiered a week ago on the hip hop website, WorldStarHipHop.com and has already received 100 thousand plus views. In the single, Stamma Gramma appears to endorse the well-known Lotto Scam which has bilked hundreds of thousands of dollars from American citizens.
“The song was made for entertainment purposes only. It was not meant to stimulate people’s minds for scamming, if it does, I can’t be held responsible, I can’t control one’s actions. It contains subliminal messages that make the public aware that scamming exists at its peak and even giving hints on how it is done. Furthermore if Babylon waaa scrutinize me fi scamming song, them affi help the youths fuss,” Stamma Gramma said. The video was produced and directed by Gesta Music Records. “As an artiste, I am just the public speaker, I’m only a reflection of what happens in society.If dem did a help poor people, the scammers wouldn’t have to resort to such activity and I wouldn’t be inspired to sing such a song. Ignorant people will be offended, people who possess a sense of humor won't!” he added. The video has been getting both positive and negative feedback thus far. Stamma Gramma. who is currently a signed artist to American based label 5 Star Recording Inc, is now in the process of planning a couple of European & African gigs as part of a larger tour this Summer. Stamma Gramma revealed that he has been receiving an overwhelming volume of requests from disk jockeys for dubs and jingles and promises to maintain the buzz he has been enjoying since his public fallout with Tommy Lee Sparta. “Right now, the ting look good,” he said.
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