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“I Spent 180k On My Virtual Concert” – Shatta Wale Reveals

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Controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has revealed that he spent 180,000 Ghana cedis (1.8 billion old cedis) on his historic virtual concert.

On 8th April, 2020, the Shatta Movement boss organized the first ever virtual concert in the history of Ghana music.

The concert dubbed “The Faith Concert” was streamed live on his YouTube channel. It had over 20,000 live viewers tuning in from all over the world.

Revealing more details about the concert in a new interview on Empire FM, the dancehall icon stated that he spent 180,000 cedis on the concert.

He added that his manager, Bulldog tried to dissuade him from organizing the concert because of the cost but he felt he had to do it for his fans.

According the “My Level” hitmaker, the only support he got was from Kasapreko and Infinix who helped him with some stage equipments and phones.

Listen to the interview below;

 

 

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UK Based Ghanaian Rapper Williy formally Known As Iconix Announces New EP “Blood Line”

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UK Based Ghanaian Rapper Williy formally Known As Iconix Announces New EP "Blood Line"

UK Based Ghanaian Rapper Williy formally Known As Iconix Announces New EP “Blood Line”. Born Wellington Nana Kwesi Ograh at Burma camp, williy known in the music circus discovered he’s artistically talented at the age of 8, he started as a drummer and mounted prestigious stages like the national theatre, performed at various talent shows. Also, williy doubles as a music producer, graphic designer and a videographer, he has worked with both local and international arts.

Formerly with the Pan African Youth Orchestra (national Theatre). currently williy has teamed up with Ghanas next big thing in the rap game to give the world An extended Playlist dubbed (bloodline Ep). The singer and the rapper will serve the world with different genres of music to quench the desiring thirst of music lovers worldwide.

The EP comes with Guest features from top acts well known to the music world to glorify and solidify the options. Artistes on board includes Ghana’s very own soulful singer and Nothing I get hit maker Fameye, the fante rap God Kofi Kinaata himself, Dee Tutu, Cosmic Music, Gully and a host of surprise guests unannounced to boost the suspense and anticipation.

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Williy formally known as iconix has worked in Ghana, Italy and currently managing artiste in the UK. Watch out for the bloodline Ep scheduled to drop on 28th August 2020. And it will be making it straight to your favorite play lists as it makes rounds worldwide. UK Based Ghanaian Rapper Williy formally Known As Iconix Announces New EP “Blood Line”.

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“He Is My Godfather” – Wendy Shay Explains His Relationship With Shatta Wale (video)

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Wendy Shay and Shatta Wale.

Rufftown Records signee, Wendy Shay refers to Shatta Wale as her godfather as she denies having a romantic relationship with the dancehall artiste.

Throughout her music career, Wendy Shay has been battling questions on whether she’s dating her manager, Bullet.

The “Uber Driver” hitmaker faced the same question once again during an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM, but this time around it was about Shatta Wale.

She was questioned on her relationship with Shatta Wale after the two were recently spotted at an event which saw the dancehall artiste plant a kiss on her cheek.

Answering the question, Wendy Shay stated categorically that she and Shatta Wale only have a unique music chemistry and nothing more.

“We share some chemistry. I haven’t found such chemistry with any male artiste yet…Shatta Wale knows he’s my godfather,” she emphasized.

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Stonebwoy Explains His Putuu Freestyle After Being Criticized For Imitating Patapaa

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Multiple award winning dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy deviated from his usual dope conscious and motivational lyrics to singing in a gibberish language on his new Putuu Freestyle.

The gibberish lyrics in the new song has brought about a lot of criticism to the dancehall artiste, with many accusing him of imitating Patapaa.

This criticism and backlash has forced the “Nominate” hitmaker to come out and explain why he deviated from real dancehall and afrobeat to “asorkor”.

Taken to his Twitter page, Stonebwoy explained that Putuu is just a freestle and a street hit meant for all walks of people. Adding that the tongues he sang, excluding the hook and the chorus are well understood in Papua New Guinea.

“Putuu is Just a Freestyle, For All You Know half of the tongues I sang excluding the chorus and Hook.. (Pray) is well understood in Papua New Guinea πŸ‡΅πŸ‡¬πŸ˜…! It’s a street Hit Meant for all Walks of people.. Let’s Pray and Exhale corona has caused us so much!! #MillionStyles” – he tweeted.

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Meanwhile, the song has over 350,000 streams on Audiomack in less than 2 days.

 

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