Tinny's "Mini Yaanor" misses the spot

Hiplife artiste Tinny’s new single “Mini Yaanor” seems to have missed hitting the spot with reviewers.
This follows his Badder Than Dem remix released three months ago which was also not very well received.
Tinny, has in the past wowed many with his style of rap delivery but seems to have lost some steam after over a decade in the rap business.
Recorded and produced by Hyper Lyrix studios, the song chronicles a series of raps by Tinny about how he is the best rapper in Ghana. For him, Ghanaians are witnesses to his talent which for many years has helped him to churn out good music.
Sexually explicit
Tinny goes on to rap about how he has always been himself and an advocate for the truth, which has attracted many enemies.
On Mini Yaanor, Tinny throws all caution to the wind and uses very sexually explicit words. Thus Mini Yaanor may not enjoy air play unless a radio version is also made.
Tinny, real name, Nii Addo Quaynor, shot to fame when he released his debut song, Makola Kwakwe, in 2003 after the split up of the Black Agony group of which he was a member.
He is known for hits such as Anaconda, Ringtone; I Believe I Can Fly, Makola Kwakwe, Kaa Bu Ame among others.
Tinny has won various accolades including Young Musician of the Year at the 2004 Youth Excellence Awards, New Artiste of the Year at the 2004 Ghana Music Awards and the African Artiste of the Year at the Hip Hop World Awards in 2009.
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