Rapper M.anifest is setting the record straight over comments made by Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.
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The ‘No Shortcut to Heaven’ singer disclosed that claims by Shatta Wale that he was the first Ghanaian artiste to start street shows are entirely false.
M.anifest stated that he was the first to do a block party before other artistes started doing street shows.
Speaking in an interview on Starr FM, M.anifest said “it’s making the rounds. Let me correct him though, I did Madina block party before everybody did anything else”
Shatta Wale recently said he was happy most of the artistes in Ghana were learning from him with regards to street shows. He said he was the first Ghanaian musician to start organizing street shows.
“I am really happy most of them are learning from where I started schooling from (the street), I am one of the boys who started street shows in Ghana; I did community shows, from Nima, Jamestown during that time, most of them were concentrating on filling the conference centres,” Shatta Wale recalled.
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