Stonebwoy is better than Shatta Wale – David Oscar

Stonebwoy is better than Shatta Wale – David Oscar

- Comedian, David Oscar, claims that Stonebwoy is better than Shatta Wale, with regard to dancehall music in Ghana

- He added that Shatta Wale needs to take that into consideration and humble himself.

Ghanaian comedian and musician, David Oscar, has claimed that Stonebwoy is miles ahead of Shatta Wale, with respect to dancehall in Ghana.

According to a report by, David Oscar stated that Shatta Wale is yet to reach Stonebwoy’s level, and for that reason, he needs to humble himself.

In an interview with Hitz FM, he claimed that Stonebwoy is ahead of Shatta Wale in terms of lyrics and thedancehall genre in general.

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“When it comes to reggae/dancehall, Stonebwoy has a BET; Shatta Wale doesn’t have one; you talking about IRAWMAs.

Who doesn’t know that BET is bigger than the IRAWMAs? Let’s face facts.”, he said.

He went ahead to say that even though Shatta Wale sees himself as a king, there is someone seated on him.

He added that Shatta Wale should therefire refrain from boasting, because he is free to but the BET if he feels rich.

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