Shatta Wale’s name appears on Grammy Awards website after Beyoncé collaboration

Shatta Wale’s name appears on Grammy Awards website after Beyoncé collaboration

- Shatta Wale’s name has appeared on the Grammy Awards website

- He happens to be the first and only Ghanaian to be featured on that popular website for now

- This comes after his historic feature with Beyoncé

Shatta Wale has chalked another success as his name appears on the website of Grammy Awards for the first time.

This follows his collaboration with worldwide music icon Beyoncé, on her ‘Already’ song which is part of her Lion King album.

On the website, Shatta Wale was listed as one of the musicians who was featured by Beyoncé.

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Others include Nigeria’s Mr Eazi, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Tekno, and Yemi Alade.

Also mentioned were Cameroonian artiste Salatiel, South Africa’s Busiswa, and Moonchild Sanelly.

Shatta Wale’s name appears on Grammy Awards website after Beyoncé collaboration

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Already, many people have predicted that Shatta Wale would be the first Ghanaian to win at the Grammy Awards following his historic collaboration with Beyoncé.

The song was officially released on July 19, 2019, and Shatta Wale was heard delivering some good rap lines.

YEN.com.gh earlier published how the collaboration came about with Bulldog revealing how Beyonce ‘chased’ Shatta Wale for the feature.

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Many people including Shatta Wale’s good friend and brother Stonebwoy, have reacted to the collaboration.

Ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has also commented on the collaboration showering many praises on Shatta Wale.

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