Rapper Medikal has said in a recent interview that he is not worried when he is criticised for what he does.
According to him, he believes criticism makes him better and because of that he feels bad when people don’t talk about him.
“Criticisms don’t stress me. Just as battery is positive and negative I need it all to fuel my fire. It doesn’t let me down. I need it in my system. If no one is talking about me I feel bad…” he told Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.
The AMG rapper has receive a lot of negative reviews with regards to his choice of woman, style of rap and his big loss at the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
After losing all 7 nominations at the awards rapper said he was devastated but was spurred on by other successful artistes to do more.
“I felt devastated but I understood that. I recorded like 100 songs and only a few made me. But the awards don’t make you who you are. Shatta is my good friend and he hasn’t got that awards but he is going up. I am an entertainer so I won’t let those things bring me down…” he said.
He also said he did not file for nomination in the VGMAs this year.
Medikal has to his credit, songs like ‘Too Risky,’ ‘Gimme Vibe’, ‘Poof Gang’ and ‘Confirm.’