Khago Says Lady Saw Gave Him Biggest Disrespect and He Has Two Best Dancehall Songs Of The Decade

Veteran dancehall artiste Khago recently spoke on the “Teach Dem” youtube program and had a lot to say where his career was concerned however, he made two resounding points that have gotten fans in their thoughts as to how great of an artiste he is.

In the interview, the Manchester native stated that, out of all the disrespects he has gotten, there is none that felt more than what Lady Saw did to hurt him. Recalling what took place Khago stated that he was at the lowest point of his career when the then Queen of dancehall walked out on Reggae Sumfest, disrespecting him and sung about sitting in his face.

That moment he said brought tears to his eyes as Lady saw, was someone he grew up listening to and so to hear her express certain things about him he was hurt.

Khago also said that the very moment that the female entertainer embarrassed him, also made more female artistes in the industry started to disrespect him, and to him, that was it for his love of Lady Saw, he also pointed out that while he is very close to god, he will never support her ministry.

In his next important point made he explained that in a time where Vybz Kartel and Mavado, ruled Jamaican music he got a string of 6 hit songs which was crazy at the time.

Out of those hit songs, Khago said he achieved two of the biggest songs of the decade as he had the two best songs on the two biggest riddims of the decade, which to him is “Overproof riddim” produced by Patrick Roach and Justus and and “One-day riddim” produced by Seanizzle.

Khago’s song on the “Overproof riddim” was “tun up di ting”, while his hit track on the “One-day riddim” was “Nah sell out”, which he expressed to “Teach Dem” that someone called it the “One Love” of its time.

Watch his Full interview below, Part 1 and Part 2.

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