Ghanaian Dancehall stalwart has disclosed that, Nigerian musician, Wizkid had wanted to feature on his 'The Reign' album which was released last Saturday.
According to him, Wizkid wanted to feature on his Exodus track on the Reign album but due to his busy schedules, the collaboration did not materialise.
Shatta Wale made the disclosure while speaking in an interview on Zylofon FM in Accra on Friday.
“Wizkid wanted to be featured on ‘Exodus’ on the Reign Album when he came to Ghana but due to his busy schedule he has to leave,” he told Showbiz Agenda host Sammy Flex.
Shatta Wale's statement comes after a lot of bashings which have followed the release of the album.
Though Shatta Wale held, arguably, the biggest ever concert by a single Ghanaian artiste to launch the album, critics have described the album as empty.
If the collaboration had really it could have gone a long way to enhance the image of the album and would have also shown how far the two artistes have come since their social media war last year.
It will be recalled that in November last year, Shatta Wale stated on radio that he does not see Nigerian musician as a superstar.
“I will not see Wizkid and be stunned, I rather want him to see me and be amazed because I don’t see anything extraordinary about him, even though he claims to the best African artiste…”, Shatta stated on Kasapa FM.
This caused so many arguments between Nigerians and some Shatta fans from Ghana on social media.
However, the two patched up after Wizkid came to Ghana earlier this year and even performed together on one at the Ghana Meets Naija concert.
They were even seen partying together at Shatta Wale's house after the concert suggesting they had become friends.
It is therefore no surprise if talk of a collaboration between the two went on at the time.
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