Street sensation Portable has clapped back at Spyro, the singer who dismissed the possibility of a collaboration with him. The fiery exchange unfolded after Spyro claimed that Portable couldn’t deliver the kind of music he writes for artists due to their contrasting styles.
Portable, known for his electrifying performances, didn’t mince words in his response. He unleashed a fierce tirade against Spyro, questioning his credibility and highlighting his own accomplishments in the music industry.
“Wait, who’s whining here? Apara or Spyro, what’s your name again? You’re still struggling, yet you’re acting all posh. How many shows have you attended? Don’t let them mislead you, don’t turn against your helpers,” retorted Portable in his signature no-nonsense pidgin English.
He continued, cautioning Spyro against appearing arrogant and losing focus during interviews. Portable dismissed Spyro’s attempts to position himself as a superior artist, reminding him of his non-A-list status.
“Listen, that’s why I avoid too many interviews. I know they’ll ask too many questions and you might end up blabbering. When the industry calls, don’t pretend to be what you’re not. You’re busy packaging yourself. Look at you! What’s your name again, guinea fowl? Let me give you a catchy chorus so you can gain more recognition. Are you whining? Go and ask your boss,” Portable asserted.
Asserting his musical prowess, Portable challenged Spyro by emphasizing his extensive catalog of songs that can be performed in various styles. He suggested that Spyro’s music lacks versatility and claimed that nobody would dare mime his own songs.
“Let me blow your mind—no one can mime my songs because they’re diverse. I can sing in different patterns, unlike you with just one monotonous style. You say no one can replicate your sound? Ha! They still book me for shows,” Portable declared triumphantly.
In this fiery exchange, Portable defended his talent and reputation, leaving no room for doubt about his ability to captivate audiences and command attention in the music industry.
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