- Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy kept their respective fans on their toes during their clash
- The two were pitted against each other on Asaase Radio's Sound Clash programme
- The show is meant to create awareness and also fight COVID-19 in the country
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Dancehall giants Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy thrilled fans to a night of unquenchable excitement and fun during their face-to-face battle on Asaase radio's Sound Clash.
In one of the videos sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the two popular stars gave off their best performances at the show and fans could not but expect more.
The duo was seen in the video clashing with their hit songs with Shatta Wale throwing in his popular and expensive song Gringo and Ay3 Half-caste.
Stonebwoy on the other hand used Shatta Wale's own beat to create a freestyle to tease the Ayoo hitmaker.
Shatta Wale then came in strong and laughed at Stonebwoy for running out of ideas and resorting to his (Shatta's) beat to troll him.
The two served each other with many songs and we are sure the neutrals enjoyed it more than the fans of the two award-winning dancehall stars.
Apart from keeping their various fans on their feet the whole night, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy threw cash at each other on stage.
Shatta Wale threw bundles of GHC1 notes at Stonebwoy and the Sobolo hitmaker, after teasing the 'great' Shatta Wale for flaunting 1 cedi notes, threw GHC5 notes at Stonebwoy and his crew.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian recording artiste, Prince Tamakloe, known popularly for his performances and silky voice in music group 4x4, as Fresh Prince of 4×4 fame, has opened up about a ritual he performs yearly.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the award-winning singer was made to confess some fantasies of the night he always remembers.
He was speaking on a live TV show about a night to remember on a popular show called Den Tinz Some.
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