- Novalis has weighed in on the Beyonce-Shatta collaboration and has made a bold statement
- According to the American star, no other African artiste deserved the feature more than Shatta Wale
- Shatta Wale has been on the receiving end of non-stop praises following his Already project with Beyonce
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Ghanaian-American hip-hop and Afrobeats singer, Novalis, has stated categorically that no artiste from Ghana aside Shatta Wale, was qualified enough to feature Beyonce on the Black Is King film.
Novalis took to his Twitter handle to indicate that Shatta Wale had done something historic not only for himself and Ghana but for the entire African continent.
He used the chance to also congratulate Shatta Wale on the impressive feat and wished him the very best.
Novalis' tweet read:
"YALL dont realize what @shattawalegh just did for Ghana and Africa as a whole.. Doing a song with @Beyonce puts light on our talent to the world. If anybody deserve it. It's definitely him. Super proud and congratulations"
Novalis went on to preach about the power of perseverance and consistency and how they can come together to bring one matchless success.
Following his congratulatory tweet, Novalis also wrote:
"Consistency is what sustains success"
His recent tweet is a clear indication that if it had to go down to the wire, Shatta Wale's consistency would have placed him above the pack of Ghanaian acts who would jump at the opportunity of working with Beyonce.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the husband of Beyonce and award-winning American rapper, Shawn Corey Carter, widely known as Jay Z, has shared the Already video on social media.
Following the release of the much-awaited video which has gained massive traction on social media across the globe, Jay Z has also taken part in the trend.
The American rapper has used his star power to also push the song on social media and by so doing, has promoted Shatta Wale.
In a post on Twitter that has caught fire already, Jay Z shared the Already video with the caption, "Black Is King."
The rapper's tweet has been liked over 13,000 times and retweeted 4,000 times.