10 Heavy Punchlines In Sarkodie – Sub Zero Diss Song To Asem, Shatta Wale & Ball J

10 Heavy Punchlines In Sarkodie - Sub Zero Diss Song To Asem, Shatta Wale & Ball J

Sarkodie – Sub Zero has got every Ghanaian music lover talking about his heavy punchlines after he dropped his ‘Sub Zero’ diss song.

Clearly the punchlines in Sarkodie – Sub Zero song directly goes to rapper Asem, Shatta Wale and Ball J, also a rapper and a beatmaker.

This is not the first time Sarkodie has responded to shades thrown at him with a properly crafted diss song.

Recall that he released ‘Kanta’ to reply Manifest after the later dropped ‘God MC‘, ‘Advice’ to shut Shatta Wale and now Sub Zero the current one and a diss song to Asem, Shatta Wale, Ball J, and other rappers.

Obviously, the BET Award winner is not giving up his title as the ‘African Rap King’ or as ‘Ghana’s Rap King’ anytime soon and that he wouldn’t sit for anyone to take his spot and that is the warning he is giving others on Sub Zero.

I have listened to Sarkodie – Sub Zero multiple times since it was released and I noticed that the heavy punchlines used in the song are just too amazing.

In fact, I am still wondering if the musicians the song is directed to can recover from Sarkodie – Zub Zero punchlines or even be able to release a song in response to it.

Well, let me not border you with too many words, let me just share some of the punches I heard in the song with you.

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10 Heavy Punchlines In Sarkodie – Sub Zero Diss Song To Asem, Shatta Wale & Ball J

NOTE: the punchlines in Sarkodie’s Sub Zero song as I have shared here follow no particular order and do not follow the other as arranged in the song.

  • When Sarkodie described Asem as a ‘broke rapper’

Just in the introduction of the song, Sark described Asem as a broke rapper when he said ‘menn disse obiaa ne botom ay3 dry’

  • When he insulted Asem

Sark insulted the other musicians who throw shades at him and likened the face of one particular musician as like that of a car’s beneath.

‘wobenya s3 the highest ama wo reply, my paddy you dey craze, way3 wanim s3 Car ase’…

  • Sark threatened to let his boys beat Asem, Shatta Wale and Ball J

Sarkodie claimed he would let his boys beat a musician if he were in Ghana. Remember he is still out of Ghana and cannot return because of Coronavirus.

way3 lucky s3 corona ntsi makoka obi man so
anka mema boys taataa wo mu

  • When Sarkodie bragged about his new mansion.

According to the rapper in the Sub Zero song, he has bought a new mansion but did not disclose the location. This adds to the mansion he already lives in at Lashibi in Accra Ghana.

Men I just bought another crib,
2020 m3sesa me chip

  • He threw some real blows

Sarkodie simply called Shatta a coward who only makes noise behind his computer screens. Meaning he is loud on social media but a coward in real life.

nea mikyi ne n!gg4 wey dey act tough,
but you’re only hard on your laptop
Chale make you meet me for the park top,
you go move back when I take the f**k!ng mask off

  • When he even bragged the more

In a Lamborghini with a bad b!tc.h,
seen a couple haters in the traffic,
negative energy I dey try avoid

  • He told the world one more time that will not beef Shatta Wale unless he is broke.

Beef, s3 mesoso soa agyes3 ehia me

  • More king claiming

all those rappers aa mototo shots name,
ny3s3 mennhui oo, but me hu mo underground rappers w) Sunyani

  • When he solidified his title as the ‘Highest’

Sark calls himself the highest. I guess he still needed them to know that he is still the Highest.

all I see, a bunch of beta males,
ne buafu me cuz I told him I ain’t seen a mil,
woy3 bitch n!gg4, if you hit me up for feature na manny3 aa,
wotse couch so na wo bitee wo fingernails.

  • Another King Claiming

Decade in the game, menn blockee obia wo Twitter,
cuz it’s corny, Chale what the f*c.k you go fit tell us?

BONUS PUNCHLINE IN SUB ZERO

The finishing punchline in Sarkodie – Sub Zero Diss song to Asem

Here, the rapper sent a message to his colleagues and told them he has more to use his brains for than just negative thoughts and beef or bad thoughts about other musicians.

Adwen da metsrim so I’m tryna use it.

He also touched on the new generation of people misinterpreting stupidity for being real.

New genration no, we can’t tell between when someone is been real or person is just stup!d

Well, these are the few punchlines I gathered from Sarkodie -Sub Zero diss song to Asem, Shatta Wale and Ball J.

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I guess there are more of the punchlines in the song that you can discover as as you listen to it multiple times.

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You can CLICK HERE to download Sarkodie – Sub Zero if you don’t have it.