Becca raps on Driving License song with Shatta Wale as she drops video

Becca raps on Driving License song with Shatta Wale as she drops video

- Becca has released her song with Shatta Wale titled Driving License

- The song has Becca drifting from the usual singing to deliver some rap lines

Ghanaian songstress Becca has finally released the much-anticipated video to her latest song, Driving License.

The song which features dancehall music star Shatta Wale is largely an Afrobeat song.

Interestingly, Becca who is known for her singing prowess switched it up a bit do rap and she delivered very well.

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The song was written by Becca and Shatta Wale and produced by Sammy Gyan.

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Becca's new song comes at a time she has been embroiled in a controversy with her mother.

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The singer's mother has been making revelations about their broken relationship, claiming they had not spoken in about a year.

Becca's mother further went on describe her daughter's husband, Tobi Sanni, as a thief.

The family of Becca in a statement signed by the singer's father denied allegations and defended Tobi.

Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has released a new song titled Melissa in honour of female singer Wendy Shay.

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According to Shatta Wale, the song title is the 'unknown' middle name of Shay who is only known to be officially called Wendy Addo.

Shatta Wale's song comes after Wendy received a bashing on social media over an awkward photo with former president Kufuor.

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