- A video of Shatta Berry singing Stonebwoy’s Baafira song as a child as popped up
- Shatta Berry was around 2 years by then but was able to sing the song well
- She shared the video to her Instagram and indicated in the caption that it was her first video to be recorded by the father
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A video of perhaps Ghana’s youngest musician, Shatta Berry, singing Stonebwoy’s Bafira song, has surfaced on the internet.
Shatta Berry was two years by then but she was able to sing the song well, and from her gestures, there is no doubt that she was enjoying herself.
The young singer shared the video to her Instagram and revealed that it was the first video her father took of her singing.
Many people have reacted to the video and are full of praises for Shatta Berry.
A fan from Nigerian, Abiodun, for instance, said he loves Shatta Berry but loves Shatta Wale more:
abiodunbillions: “I just love you but always remember I love our daddy more than you SM4LIFE love from Nigeria .”
Princess wrote that Shatta Berry has been talented since babyhood:
princess.agyemang.790: “You were talented since babyhood.”
Maame Konadu admired Shatta Berry:
maamekonadu64: “Small gals are young.”
Efya also admired Shatta Berry:
Meanwhile, Shatta Berry earned her name “Shatta” when she started singing most of Shatta Wale’s song even as a little child.
YEN.com.gh earlier published a report on Shatta Berry highlighting her unique talent of singing Shatta Wale’s songs, even the seemingly difficult ones.
She participated in the 2020 Talented Kids show but could not get to the finals.
She was evicted from the show just two weeks to the finals, and the judges gave their reasons for taking her out of the show.
Her music father Shatta Wale promised to take her to Dubai after the show.
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