Gravity Omutujju Reveals Genesis of His Beef with G.N.L Zamba
2 July 2020
Over the past week, luga flow rappers G.N.L Zamba and Gravity Omutujju have been going hard at each other online and in media interviews.
Despite G.N.L's influence in the Hip-hop industry, Gravity Omutujju found it fit to say that he has never been inspired by his rap.
Hip-hop lovers have always rated G.N.L Zamba highly for his lyrical maturity and flow, plus his latest single "Dear HipHop' has gained his more fans, but Gravity does not feel he deserves all this hype.
Speaking during a recent interview, Gravity noted that he is the greatest when it comes to Ugandan Hip-hop, and that contention, is the source of his beef with G.N.L.
"For long, G.N.L does not accept the fact that I came and conquered and I will not leave any time soon. He does not acknowledge the fact that I invented my own Hip-hop style," he said.
Gravity noted that fans need to listen to music while they dance, something that G.N.L's music has not given them.
"He says he wants to be like Americans but they also have these songs with these beats, not old school with drums, the way he always does it," he divulged.
Gravity stated that he is open for a dialogue with Zamba and is ready to be critiqued rather than being attacked in public, calling him an empty tin.
"Singing is complicated. One can't be in the industry for ten years without fans. To him, I may be an empty tin, but my fans rate me highly,” he opined.