The controversial Artist who rose to fame with one of the most controversial songs of the year has done it again with a second installment to his hit single “Scammer Anthem” released in February.
Following this release of Scammer Anthem part two, it begs to question if the artist deliberately recorded his first track to blatantly draw attention. Unlike part one, part two has an essence of realness to it, which would eliminate the option of it being passed off as a gimmick like its prequel.
The preview of Scammer Anthem part 2 has been receiving raving reviews online, even from individuals who are not fans of the artist. Many previous doubters are so convinced that they are now highlighting the artist as a hit for the future, while some are even hailing him as one of the best upcoming artist for 2013.
Stamma Gramma uses the concept of the song to target the real causes of Scamming, which he identifies to be the Government, while throwing subliminal questions at double standards in dancehall, questioning the stereotypes, “how can he be judged, when some a dem a demon, some a scammer” the artist said.
It’s one of those songs that are immensely difficult to dislike due to the sincerity and message behind the lyrical content. The song has so much to do with scamming, and yet so little to do with scamming. I will leave you to read between the lines.