Lil Win places himself 1st and Article Wan 5th in list of Top 5 dancehall artistes in Ghana (video)

Lil Win places himself 1st and Article Wan 5th in list of Top 5 dancehall artistes in Ghana (video)

- Lil Win has come out with his own list of Top 5 dancehall musicians in Ghana

- According to him, he was currently on top of the list due to his latest release

- The comedian added that some people claiming to be doing dancehall music would not make his cut

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Actor, musician and entrepreneur Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, has caused a stir with a list of the top 5 dancehall musicians in the country currently.

While speaking in an interview on Bryt TV, Lil Win indicated that when it comes to dancehall music in Ghana, he was currently at Number 1 since his songs are currently trending.

Adding to the list, he mentioned Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Samini and Article Wan – making the list of top 5 in that order.

Lil Win places himself 1st and Article Wan 5th in list of Top 5 dancehall artistes in Ghana (video)
Lil Win. Source: UGC
Source: UGC

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The comic actor however indicated that he and Samini were in contention for the 3rd and 4th positions while Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy were also in contention for the 1st and 2nd positions.

Article Wan however had no contender to the 5th position.

Lil Win went on to cause even a greater stir when he indicated that other stars like Ras Kuuku and Jupita did not even qualify to make the list of top dancehall artistes in Ghana.

Lil Win added that the list was a rotating one and one would only lose his place should others on the list release albums.

Kwadwo Nkansah was in the news recently when he clashed with fellow actor and comedian, Funny Face on UTV’s Entertainment Showbiz programme.

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The two almost engaged in fisticuffs had it not been for the intervention of some of the panelists including a counselor, host Nana Ama McBrown and artiste manager Bulldog.

They were made to quash their beef and settle their differences on live TV as photos and videos showed them hugging before the show came to an end. earlier reported that Menaye Donkor, the wife of Ghanaian international footballer, Sulley Muntari, has revealed why they never held a white wedding after their traditional marriage.

In a report sighted by on, the former beauty queen revealed that her dad was not interested in a white wedding.

She added that her husband’s family respected that decision and did not push to have the wedding.

Menaye added that at the time, Sulley's move to join a new club in the EPL also distorted their plans of having a lavish white wedding which her heart would have desired.

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“We did a traditional wedding ceremony and that was what my Dad wanted which is the normal way so Sulley’s family respected that. We never did a white wedding because we all didn’t want to at that moment," Menaye recounted.

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