Shatta Wale's school father who did music with Terry Bounchaka releases song with Kofi Kinaata

Shatta Wale's school father who did music with Terry Bounchaka releases song with Kofi Kinaata

- Famous Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale's school father, Kay Smooth has released a song with Kofi Kinaata

- The song titled Heavy Equipment is sung in Ga, Twi & Fante and depicts how 'gifted' many ladies are

- Kay Smooth was Shatta Wale's school dad at the Winneba Secondary School

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Kay Smooth, the school father of popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has released a song named Heavy Equipment with the famous musician, Kofi Kinaata.

Information obtained by YEN.com.gh from Quaysonthewriter indicates that Kay Smooth, who is known for a good number of releases, also worked with the late Terry Bounchaka in the past.

The song that is basically sung in Twi, Ga and Fante (Rap) praises beautiful women who are heavily endowed and need high maintenance as heavy equipment.

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The models that were used for the video look very beautiful and naturally endowed indeed, a complement to the song and its meaning.

It appears as though every element of the video goes to complement the lyrics of the song and it beautifully comes up with the concept of likening women to a mechanic in a shop that maintains vehicles.

Shatta Wale was back in the day in Winneba Secondary School when Kay Smooth was his school dad.

Shatta Wale's school father who did music with Terry Bounchaka releases song with Kofi Kinaata
Shatta Wale's school father who did music with Terry Bounchaka releases song with Kofi Kinaata Credit: nsemwoha.com; hypercitygh.com
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In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Selassie Yankey, a young Rastafarian boy who was admitted at Osei Kyeretwie Senior High School has said that he would have quit school if the only choice to continue his education was to trim his hair.

According to 3news.com, the boy named Selasi Yankee was interviewed on Akoma FM after he was reportedly asked by the school authorities to cut his hair before getting admitted.

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However, Selassie's father has indicated in a post that his son has been finally granted admission despite his hairstyle which forms a core part of their beliefs as a family.

"We thank OKESS S.H.S Kumasi headmaster & administration for welcoming our prince Selassie Yankey as a student. Thank you family for your support. Special thanks to Akoma FM King Isis & Rasfari Council. Much love & respect to you all family," he said.

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