- Shatta Wale has for the first time opened up about the number of songs he has recorded since he became a musician
- He stated that he records at least one song every day
- Shatta Wale also disclosed that he has recorded over 69 billion songs since he started music in Ghana
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Ghanaian dancehall king, Shatta Wale has for the time stated the number of songs he has recorded since he started music.
Shatta Wale is one of the artistes in Ghana who has released several hit songs but has never tried to quantify it.
In an interview on UTV and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale said he has over 69 billion songs to his name.
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"I record a song every single day so I can't quantify the number of songs I have. But I think I have over 69 million songs," Shatta Wale told Nana Ama McBrown, host of the show.
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Shatta Wale since his breakthrough into the industry in 2013, has produced several hit songs like 'Melissa', 'Dancehall King', Dancehall Commando' and 'Bullet Proof' among others.
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Watch the video below:
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Shatta Wale, and his sacked SM Militants made up of Addi Self, Natty Lee, Captan, and Joint 77 had taken over the internet.
For the few past days, Shatta Wale and the defunct Militants have been making the headlines after the Ayoo hitmaker took the decision to sack them from his camp.
Since then, the members of the defunct group have been flaunting customized cars to spite the 'Melissa' hitmaker.
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