A Bold Critique: Daniel Regha’s Take on Shallipopi’s Debut Album
In a series of controversial statements, Twitter personality Daniel Regha didn’t mince words as he shared his candid opinion on Shallipopi’s first album, “Presido La Pluto.”
Regha’s critique delved into various aspects of the album, offering a harsh assessment of its lyrics and target audience.
Specific Target Audience: Regha Believes the Album is Tailored for “Yahoo Boys” and Weed Smokers
Regha’s assertion that “Presido La Pluto” is crafted for a specific audience, namely “yahoo boys” and weed smokers, raised eyebrows.
He didn’t shy away from labeling the lyrical content of the album as a “complete zero,” despite acknowledging the appeal of its beats.
Lack of Originality: Pointing Out Sampling in “Iyo” and Finding Redemption in “Jungle”
Drawing attention to what he perceived as a lack of originality, Regha pointed out the alleged sampling in the track “Iyo,” claiming it featured a snippet from Fabo Mo’s “Itendo.”
However, he found a silver lining in the song “Jungle,” expressing a more favorable view of its quality.
A Tepid Conclusion: Regha Ends with a Disclaimer
In a somewhat tepid conclusion, Regha concluded his Twitter critique with a half-hearted “no offence,” indicating that his strong opinions were subjective and meant as a personal viewpoint.
This disclaimer aimed to soften the impact of his harsh criticism while still expressing his unfiltered thoughts.