Shatta Wale: I have the world biggest multiple Grammy winner on my upcoming song

Shatta Wale: I have the world biggest multiple Grammy winner on my upcoming song

- Shatta Wale has some news about a yet-to-be-released song of his

- He has disclosed that he has collaborated with a multiple award-winning Grammy artiste

- Wale shared the news during his 'State of the Industry' address on June 2, 2021.

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Shatta Wale says he has recorded a song with an unnamed multiple-award-winning Grammy artiste.

Speaking during his 'State of the Industry' address on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, he claimed that the song was recorded during his stay in the United States of America.

Shatta Wale: I have the world biggest multiple Grammy winner on my upcoming song
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He also added that he recorded other songs with other top artistes.

"Aside the music videos, I recorded about five songs all for the GOG (Gift of God) album featuring Naira Marley from Nigeria, Popcaan from Jamaica, and other artistes of global repute," Wale said with a smirk.

"I was able to do a song with the world biggest multiple Grammy award-winning artiste whose name I would leave as a surprise until the release of the banger but feel free to make your guesses, you might just be right."

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In other news about Shatta Wale, he has proposed a national agenda to promote Ghanaian music.

While speaking in his State of The Industry Address and monitored by YEN.com.gh, the Ayoo hitmaker asked that there should be the institution and enforcement of a national agenda to prioritize Ghanaian music over music from other countries.

According to Melissa crooner, Ghanaian music should be given 90% priority on the country’s media space with the remaining 10 percent shared among music coming from other countries.

He opined that for his national plan to work, all stakeholders had to play their roles. He mentioned some of the stakeholders as media houses, event organizers, and the government of Ghana.

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