On the first verse, he identified himself as a left-field artist whose music doesn’t necessarily fit the ‘standards’ many expect. He dismissed popularity measured with awards an artist has ”awards we go chop?” while laying bare his credentials.
This continues on the second verse where he again lays the blueprint for young artists to use the internet to build their brand. Clearly, ‘Azumah Nelson Flow’ is another diss song at some artists, the music machine as it exist here in Ghana, big brother advice and M.anifest’s continuous ‘frustration’ at his non-acceptance by some people despite his incredible talent as an artist.
The voice inserts from former Ghanaian professional boxer, Azumah Nelson and South Africa’s Riky Rick placed at the beginning and ending of the song put M.anifest’s message in proper context.