- Shatta Wale, the self-acclaimed African Dancehall king is facing a challenge for his crown
- Afrobeats star, Mr. Eazi is trolling Wale days after he released a new dancehall song
- The Already star is yet to respond to the challenge from the latter
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Shatta Wale, the self-acclaimed King of African Dancehall music, faces a challenge for his throne from an unlikely source, Mr. Eazi, the originator of Banku music.
Mr. Eazi posted a video of himself singing along to a recently released dancehall tune whilst suggesting he is the king of the genre on the continent.
A few days ago, Eazi released a new song titled Sekkle & Bop featuring songwriter, Dre Skull and reggae star, Popcaan.
"Yo @shattawalenima I am now the King of Afro Dancehall you have 24hrs to reply!! #sekkleandbop," reads the caption of the post by Eazi.
The two artistes previously collaborated on the song Haters. There is no word on whether Wale plans to respond to the trolling from Eazi.
In other news, Mr. Logic, an artist manager has lashed out at Yaw Tog, claiming that the rapper is "overhyped" and that his songs do not make sense.
He made the statement whilst sharing his thoughts on the news that no Ghanaian artiste scored a nomination at the 2021 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards.
It was expected that the level of engagement by the likes of Tog, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, and Shatta Wale during the year would secure them a nomination.
"Yaw Tog is overhyped. Yaw Tog doesn't make any sense in his songs. I will say this and I will say it on authority without any insult, it doesn't mean he is not talented," said Logic during a discussion on Hitz FM hosted by Andy Dosty.
"There is a difference between being talented and making sense. The boy has the zeal."
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