- Shatta Wale has disclosed that CEO of Menzgold and Zylofon Music Nana Appiah Mensah played a role in having Beyonce feature him on her song
- He claimed that Nana Appiah Mensah had promised to connect him to Beyonce, Rihanna and other top American stars
- Shatta Wale admitted that his single titled 'Gringo' added up to his credibility as a top notch musician
Popular reggae and dancehall musician Shatta Wale has admitted that his former boss Nana Appiah Mensah played a role in the much-talked-about Beyonce feature.
According to the self-proclaiming king of African dancehall, he and NAM1 had talked about having the likes of Beyonce, Rihanna among others on his song.
In an interview with Zylofon TV, Shatta Wale revealed the role NAM1 played in leading to Beyonce featuring him on her song.
"My CEO NAM1 wanted me to record with a couple of international artistes because I told him that I wanted to record with people like Beyonce, Rihanna and also be on Ellen's show," he revealed.
The SM boss admitted that NAM1 assured him of top features with international artistes since he (NAM1) had the links.
He claimed that NAM1's connect to those international musicians might have made Beyonce hear about him.
"Big ups to NAM1, I think he put in some effort. When such collaborations come up, it is evident someone might have mentioned the name Shatta Wale to them before," he stressed.
He also heaped praise on NAM1 for financing his 'Gringo' video which was shot in Texas, United States of America.
Shatta Wale noted that such a top notch song and video added up to his credibility that may have interested Beyonce and her team.
Meanwhile, the Shatta Movement Empire boss has disclosed information upcoming plans concerning a world tour with Beyonce.
He stated that he will be part of musicians who will follow Beyonce on a world tour to promote her "The Lion King: The Gift" album.
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