- A gospel musician has revealed that Australians respects Stonebwoy but see Shatta Wale as an 'empty barrel'
- Jay Peacock says many Australians only see Shatta Wale as a 'noisemaker' in Ghana music
Australia-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Jay Peacock, has revealed that many Ghanaians living in Australia regard Stonebwoy as a better dancehall artiste and musician than his closest contender, Shatta Wale.
According to the gospel musician, Australians only see Shatta Wale as a ‘loudmouth’ artiste and a ‘noisemaker’ in the Ghanaian music industry.
The battle for supremacy in the Ghanaian music industry between dancehall artistes, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale has been lurking around the music fraternity for some time now.
Many entertainment fans hold the views that Stonebwoy’s brand appeals to the international community more than Shatta Wale, although some others think otherwise.
But the gospel musician, Jay Peacock, who is currently based in Australia seems to have settled the long term argument between the Ghanaian dancehall ‘rivals’ who are both signed onto Zylofon Music record label.
Jay Peacock speaking recently to Razzonline.com in an exclusive interview revealed that
However, during an interview with Razzonline.com, Jay Peacock emphasized that Australians only see Shatta Wale as an ‘empty barrel’ and a mere ‘noisemaker’.
“I’m a gospel musician and I can never lie, the truth is that Stonebwoy is well-known in Australia than Shatta Wale…it’s a fact,” Jay said.
The gospel artiste explained that, Stonebwoy is highly loved in Australia but his rival, Shatta Wale is not.
“Although he is good at his craft, Stonebwoy is highly respected by many Australians as they see him to be a cool dancehall artiste,” the musician insisted.
Jay Peacock is currently out with his maiden song for 2018 titled ‘Spiritual commando” which is enjoying massive airplay on various radio stations.
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