Ghanaian rapper, singer and producer, Elom Adablah popularly known as E.L says he believes in making good music rather than “beefing” or “battling” colleague artists.
Likewise, rap music is mostly associated with beefing or battling, where bragging, insults and boasting content are released in a song to throw shade, but rapper E.L seems to be out of that category, where his vision is to be making good music for music lovers.
Speaking to Regina Van Helvert in an interview on Monday, 21 January, 2019 on GhOne’s RythmzLive, the “Koko” hitmaker stated that, “I don’t beef, I don’t do lyrical battle. I just believe in making good music for listening music people.”
However, he also made reference to his song “Talk Don’t Bother Me” as an example of a song he did when other rappers were beefing themselves in 2016.