Former member of defunct hip life duo, Bullet, has called on the National Road Safety Commission, to approve of the latest single from his record label, “Uber Driver” as their official campaign song.
Bullet averted that his song speaks on issues pertaining to road safety, hence, it is the perfect song to be used by the organization.
“It is the perfect song for the road safety commission. i hope to enter an agreement with them, so they can use the song for their campaign”, he stated.
The song, which was composed in the local language has gradually gained massive attention from the media.
Some lines from the song translates as, “Watching has caused you to crash your car. All because of a woman you’ve crashed your car. Uber driver, what is your matter. Buttocks watcher.”
Although he has been accused by many as a sexually explicit songwriter, the Rufftown records boss has debunked all allegations.
According to him, all his songs contain sensible messages but fans are carried away by his lyrical construction.
Bullet, earned himself the Songwriter of The Year Award at this year’s VGMA’s with his 2017 hit single, “Maame Hwe”, a song which spoke against domestic violence.
He claimed that, winning that award goes a long way to prove he is not a controversial songwriter.
“My songs are extremely sensible. But Ghanaians only pick some aspects of the song and they make noise about it”, he added.