- Bulldog has mentioned his top three Dancehall musicians in Ghana
- He mentioned Bandana, Shatta, and Wale, as his favourites
- The names he mentioned refers to the same person, Shatta Wale, whom he manages
- Bulldog explained his reasons for his choice
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Shatta Wale’s manager, Bulldog, has listed his top three Dancehall musicians in Ghana.
He was speaking on McBrown’s Kitchen show monitored by YEN.com.gh on UTV on Sunday, October 25, 2020.
Bulldog was asked by the host, Nana Ama McBrown, to name his best artists. He answered: “Bandana, Shatta, and Wale”.
McBrown objected to his answer and asked Bulldog to be “serious”. He, however, maintained his answer and gave an explanation.
According to him, Shatta Wale, known formerly as Bandana in the early 2000s, did not receive the attention he is gaining now, and in addition to other factors, he was forced to go get lost in the industry.
Bulldog continued that, at the right time, Shatta Wale bounced back with much force, rebranded, and got back onto the Dancehall throne on which he had earlier been forced off.
To him, Shatta Wale’s resilience and hard work is unmatched, making him the only Dancehall musician in Ghana.
He added that Shatta Wale has grown past the stage where he would be compared with others, stating that, he is no contender.
Bulldog was earlier asked to mention his top three rappers in Ghana. He named Eno Barony, Obrafour, and Sarkodie, in that order, as the best.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Bulldog had maintained that Eno is a better rapper than Sarkodie, and most Ghanaian rappers.
He mentioned the only five rappers better than the female whom he calls a rap goddess.
Bulldog listed Tinny, Lord Kenya, Okyeame Kwame, and Okomfuo Kwadee, as some of the male rappers who are better than Eno.
His statement triggered a massive controversy on social media, however, Bulldog maintained his stance, indicating that he was not ready to change his mind.
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