- Shatta Wale has gotten another international recognition
- Two of the dancehall genius' songs have been featured in the Black Beach movie on Netflix
- He is expected to get some royalties for the feature
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Ghanaian dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale, has proven why he is the most sought-after musician in Africa at the moment.
Shatta Wale is now trending on social media after getting another international recognition.
The controversial singer will be smiling to the bank soon after two of his hit songs got featured in the Black Beach movie on Netflix.
The award-winning singer has his My Level and Ayoo songs featured in the action and adventure movie.
The 2020 movie which had some scenes shot in Ghana was uploaded on Netflix on January 20, 2021.
Social media users have reacted after a video of the movie was posted online.
@real_derrickclench: "This one has silenced all the insults the toilet lady showered on him."
@spintex_guy: "eii then his money de333."
@eblas_virginhair: "That’s a big deal!!."
@sika_mp3_roff: "Tomorrow Aisha die finish.. the way he will talk eeh."
@giva_korsah: "That my king @shattawalenima shine forever."
YEN.com.gh previously reported how Shatta Wale was featured on Beyoncé 's album for the remake of Lion King movie.
Beyoncé curated two albums featuring international artistes for the Lion King movie called Spirit and The Gift.
It is on The Gift album which was released on Friday, July 19, 2019, which has Beyoncé featuring Shatta Wale on a song titled Already.
The album features other African stars including Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Mr Eazi, Tekno, and Yemi Alade.
Meanwhile, the boss of Despite Group of Companies, Osei Kwame Despite, has sprayed bundles of cash on some performers at his house.
Clad in an all white attire to mark his birthday, Despite is seen walking to where gospel musician, Yaw Sarpong, and his team were performing.
Upon reaching there, he pulled out the plenty notes from his pocket and started spraying them on the singers one after the other.
He is joined by his brother, Ernest Ofori Sarpong, who also gave out some cash.
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