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Shatta Wale Saddens Fans As He Readies Song To Address Sufferings In Ghana — Listen


Ghanaian musician and dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has captured the attention and emotions of fans as he readied and previewed a song to address the sufferings and economic hardships in Ghana. The sensational lyricist played and previewed the song on one of his recent Facebook live.

Shatta Wale over the years has proven to be a diligent and superb embodiment of music. His music has cut across different genres and put fans in different moods and emotions. Due to his prowess in the music business, Shatta has got don’t for every moment. He has love songs, danceable tunes, very commercial doesn’t like kpuu kpaa which are mostly patronized for parties and other events and he has timeless music that attacks social issues and constructively preaches peace love unity, and love for mankind.

Amongst this catalog of music that Shatta Wale preaches love for mankind and queries authorities are songs like “Too much chemical”, feeling fi di city’, prove you wrong including a lot more.

He has continuously proven his never-ending love for the youth of the country who form a major part of his fanbase. The biggest arsenal in his music had been when he goes all emotional on his tracks and this was no exception. The dancehall artist known to be strong was so emotional he couldn’t show his face while previewing the song.

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Is this what you told us? The song questions authorities and political heads in charge of decision-making.He directed this song to former Presidents of the country.

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