Cabum’s ‘Fire Bon Dem’ Refix is Not A Sarkodie Diss
When Cabum announced he will be releasing his refix for ‘Fire Bon Dem‘, the majority drew conclusions on what they will be expecting. So far, I have read both rants and applauds on social media in regards to Cabum’s refix. I was tagged in a couple of those posts but decided to have a good listen to the song before I pass judgments…
Since the remix of the most talked about song, ‘Fire Bon Dem‘ remix surfaced, there have been lots of debates around it. The debates are still ongoing and everyone is sharing his/her opinion based on their expectations and projections (I Believe)…
One thing I won’t lie about is Cabum’s unique style of rap and the timing in his delivery. He can’t go wrong with that! He also started by wishing Ghana a peaceful elections and started throwing jabs at people we at Loud Sound Ghana cant confirm.
There is a line where he said “This is the Part 3 and it will be a bigger hit than part 2” (translated from Twi). What this line means to me is, The original version of ‘Fire Bon Dem‘ still remain the best and can’t be compared to the remix. With this, he is simply saying the original is still on top and out all the refixes released, his version is the approved one.
Now this is the interesting part that got people thinking he actually dissed Sarkodie. The reverse playback part had nothing to do with what he claims is the explanation. What the playback really said was “Gods son, I’m looking for Satan’s daughter you think thats the way to change the world huh?” Before rapping the line with Sarkodie’s name. (Thanks to our technical guys)
Even the part he mentioned Sarkodie had no negative energy because to me, it sounds like he said Sarkodie will reign for a longer time than he said he will in the remix; and he got his back all day. If this is a diss song for real, then we need to be scared of Cabum! This must be the most coded diss ever in the Ghanaian music history! Listen to the song below and share your comments.