Ghanaian reggae dancehall artist and African my sic heavyweight Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale a month ago released his single titled On God.
The single after its release has been at the center stage of discussions and attention propelling the song down the hearts of music lovers with great production and well-crafted lyrics. The song has continued to become a mega-hit song and its influence cut across from public figures and celebrities across board.
The song has garnered over 7 million streams on all streaming platforms and inked its enormous sound equally in the hearts of public figures and celebrities
We, therefore, take you down to celebrities who in one way or another got inspired by the song.
The Ghanaian comedian and youtube content creater were wowed by the masterpiece from Shatta Wale. Although known for his consistency on the Shatta Wale brand he took to many platforms and particularly on youtube to say “This song is special”.
4. WODE MAYA
Born Berthold Kobby Winkler Ackon, the ghanaian YouTuber who boasts of having the most subscribers on a YouTube channel in the country was also inspired by the song. He also took to his YouTube official channel to reiterate the part that inspired him “Nobody Bigger Than God”.He has gone on to schedule an interview with the African dancehall king which is going to be aired in due time.
3. GABBY OTCHERE DARKO
Ace broadcaster and Ghanaian politician Gabby Otchere Darko also jumped on the train of lovers of the song as he shared the video on his social media channels. Gabby is known to have shown great support to the Ghana music industry and by extension Shatta Wale.
2. BABA SADIQ ABU
Turning critics into lovers over the years seems to have been the strongest arsenal of Shatta Wale and his songs. The CEO of 3Music Awards and his cartel in recent years have been constantly criticized for the dancehall act yet after dropping On God Baba Sadiq confessed his love for the song and narrated how he wakes up to it every day.
1. SAM DZATA GEORGE.
A lawmaker, politician, and strict BHIM fan, the ghanaian politician seems to have finally fallen in love with Shatta Wale as the hit from the ghanaian artist compelled him to share full lyrics of the song on his social. His ability to write the full lyrics of the song off the head undoubtedly proved the inspiration he derives from it.
Many other ghanaian and international artists like Wendy Shay, Rema, Kwame Oboadie, and a lot more also fell in love with the song which has given light also to many upcoming artists.
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