- Dancehall sensation Shatta Wale has hinted what to expect in his next album
- According to Shatta Wale, his next album is called Gift of God
- He said he will feature Beyonce and Vybz Kartel
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Ghanaian dancehall genius, Shatta Wale, for the first time, has spoken about his upcoming album.
Shatta Wale has hinted that he will be releasing his next album which will feature international artistes.
In an interview with BBC's Sasha Gankin and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale dropped details about his album.
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According to Shatta Wale, his next album has been titled Gift of God and a lot of international artistes will be on it.
He confirmed that he will be featuring Grammy award-winner, Beyonce, and Jamaican dancehall icon, Vybz Kartel.
The self-proclaiming African dancehall king has also indicated that aside the aforementioned names, he will also be featuring other top stars.
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The yet to be released Gift of God album will be Shatta Wale's fourth album as he has already released albums like After The Storm, Reign, and Wonder Boy.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has taken the decision to sack his militants from his Shatta Movement empire.
The Melissa crooner confirmed that Natty Lee, Addi Self, Captan, and Joint 77 are no more part of his Shatta Movement family.
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Their sacking was made public by an international fan of Shatta Wale who is known on social media as Shatta Bianca.
Shatta Bianca in a series of Facebook posts revealed that Natty Lee, Addi Self, Joint 77 and Captan are no longer part of the SM camp, but they are still using the brand’s name in their day-to-day activities.
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