- Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has released a teaser for his 2020 song titled All Out
- In the song, he shared his plan to make more money and write his story in the year 2020
- He added that he is the number one musician and constantly tops the charts in the music industry
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Multiple award-winning dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, better known as Shatta Wale, has dropped a teaser for his 2020 song, All Out.
Sporting a yellow-green dyed hair and chains around his neck, Shatta Wale gave a rendition of the song in a video.
Portions of the song touch on highlights of the year 2019 and plans to make more money and write his story in the year 2020.
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In the video, he argues that no one can copy his blue print and regardless of some bad acts, he has done some great things.
Shatta Wale goes on to say that he is the number one as he constantly tops the chart in the music industry.
The video has caught on with social media users and attracted various reactions.
@bootman_aboot: Cudda never CopyMy Blue Prints
@franklin_newman42: Godfather may God bless you wati
@m.kawasaki02: By Gods grace I would work with you amen
@joey_waco: @shattawalenima can you please come out with your tour this year? So SM fans in can book tickets on time. Thanks!
@_soblessedd: I love your hair
In other news, three young Ghanaian innovators, Charles Ofori Antipem, Priscilla Mante and Ben Nortey, are set to be featured on CNN International, YEN.com.gh has learned.
Information available shows that they are using science and technology to break new grounds. They also intend to inspire another generation of Ghanaian innovators who would carry on with their work.
Per a report by peacefmonline.com, the three innovators noted that they were exploring and applying innovation in different fields of science to help humanity.
Antipem, who is the founder of Dext Technology, is using technology to help thousands of kids in Ghana and across the world learn science with a kit the same size and price as a textbook.
Nortey is an innovator looking to bring robotics into the mainstream across Africa.
Nicknamed ‘The Botmaster’, he has repurposed scrap metal into robotics which he hopes could eventually be a positive cultural change.
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