Songwriter and talent manager, Bullet of Rufftown Records has explained the reason for which he uses wordplays in the songs he writes for his artistes,
He described his style of writing as “mad” and explained that he is a genius whose writing prowess should not be taken for granted.
He said he devised this style of writing to be able to pass simple messages about life and the society to the youth in a way which will be easily grasped rather than going straight to the point and make his message boring.
Speaking to Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, he made mention of the late Ebony’s ‘Hwe’ which addresses domestic violence.
“Now to send messages to the youth, that’s the way to do it. They hear it, assume it is ‘vulgar’ or senseless until they listen,” he said.
“So if I want to send message to the youth or the people, I use puns so that they can understand,” he added.
Bullet has written songs with words that always get people talking. Right from Ebony to Wendy Shay; Ebony’s ‘Hwe’, ‘Poison ( with lines ‘call it poison’ which sounds differently), Wendy’s ‘Uber Driver’ and now ‘Kut it’.