Popular Ghanaian dancehall musician Shatta Wale has set tongues wagging with his new fashion clothing line.
Shatta Wale seems to be taking his career to the next level as his new fashion clothing line is revealed.
In a photo that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, a hoodie with the inscription 'Paah Paah Paah' has surfaced.
The hoodie which was worn by Shatta Wale's public relations officer, Chris Koney in a recent photo, has got a lot Ghanaians talking.
The inscription on the hoodie is a popular term often said by the self-proclaiming dancehall artiste Shatta Wale.
Meanwhile Shatta Wale is already enjoying proceeds from clothes and items that were designed with his 'Reign Album' symbol.
Apparels like hoodies, shirts, socks, phone cases among others have been designed with the Reign sign.
After releasing his album, the sign on the cover of the album became popular as it was printed on a lot of clothes and other items.
Fellow musician Stonebwoy however claimed that Shatta Wale copied the 'Paah Paah Paah' mantra from I-Octane.
Stonebwoy referred to a video involving I-Octane as he shouted 'Pah Pah Pah' at the 2013 Reggae Sumfest.
According to him, the 'My Level' hitmaker is not the originator of the mantra as he claimed that he copied the mantra.
In a related development, Ghanaian musician Patapaa recently claimed that Shatta Wale couched the 'Pah Pah Pah' from his name.
The 'One Corner' hitmaker claimed that Shatta Wale loved him that is why he took the last three letters of his name ‘paa’ and added ‘h’ couched the “Paah Paah paah” term.
However, Shatta Wale is yet to reveal how he came about the mantra which seems to have interested a lot of music lovers.
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