It started with an apology. A Pass and Ykee Benda were never best friends. They were at some point embroiled in social media verbal exchange of words.
A Pass, however, decided to end the feud by writing to Ykee Benda.
“I just decided that enough is enough. Ykee are I are share some history together. It wasn’t good for us to feud. It wasn’t helping us. Beef can be good sometimes, but brothers should not beef,” A pass said in an interview.
Few weeks after they had reconciled, Ykee Benda contacted him with an idea of making a song.
“I was in Studio with Nessim. We came up with this riddim and while I was listening to it I felt that A Pass needed to be on it,” Ykee Benda explained.
Ykee Benda sent the song to A Pass who added his owns words to make the song perfect.
The song is doing well on Radio and TV stations.