Though critics have lambasted Patapaa Amisty for making noise on songs he records, the musician has earned an international recognition.

‘Scopatumana’, a term which emerged from his feature on Kawula Biov’s ‘Daavi Ne Ba’ song, has found its way into

The website posted a link on Twitter that explained the word with the caption: “It resembles expressions in Hawaiian, Malay, and Indonesian, but what about in Ghana, where it’s from?”

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The website further attributed the origin of the word to Patapaa.

“Sco pa tu mana is a nonsense phrase made popular by a rap by the Ghanaian musician Patapaa. The phrase inspired the Skopatumana Challenge, where people post videos of themselves rapping Patapaa’s lyrics,” it read.

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Patapaa became popular in Ghana after his ‘One Corner’ song went viral, after published his performance in 2017 during the Agona Swedru Akwambo festival.