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EL’s ‘Hallelujah’ is controversial



The latest hit single of Ghanaian rapper and sound Engineer, Elorm Kwablah Adablah, a.k.a EL has started generating a lot of controversy in the public domain already.

EL’s single, Hallelujah, which features M.anifest and which was launched just two weeks ago on Friday November 30th, has got some fans arguing about the sacredness of the track.

On one hand some fans argue that the hit track is fit to be played in church because the word ‘Hallelujah’ is a holy word.

On the other hand,  fans disagree and are of the view that though ‘Hallelujah’ is a Christian word, the lyrics of the song is written exclusively for the club because the artist is a secular musician.

However, we hear  from the horse’s own mouth (EL himself) on Radio Universe saying that the song is written for the club. According to him, before he launched the hit track, he had a similar big argument with “my sister who is a deaconess in church…” so he is not surprised this track has generated  “this big issue” among his fans.

He adds that the hit single is a motivational song which seeks to encourage the youth and give them hope.

Maybe some hope for Christmas.

By: Richard Fiebor/www.myradiogoldlive.com