- Shatta Wale's recently held 'State of the Industry' address feels like someone trying to drive up anticipation about his upcoming project
- Blogger Kris Sowah shared the above sentiment in an interview with YEN.com.gh
- Wale disclosed during the address that he has a yet-to-be-released song with a multiple Grammy award winner
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Shatta Wale's recently held 'State of the Industry' address feels like it is intended to drum up publicity for upcoming projects, says Ghanaian blogger, Kris Sowah, popularly known as Cypress.
On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, the Taking Over hitmaker spoke to the nation where he addressed issues including his travel to the United States, break from social media, and a teaser about featuring a multiple Grammy-nominated artiste on an upcoming song of his.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Kris Sowah, a blogger and founder of Cypress MultiMedia stated the address came across as an initiative to get his fans excited about his upcoming projects.
"I personally think his state of the nation address alongside the stuff he spoke about in the address is mainly to whet the appetite of people in anticipation of his new song and projects," Sowah said.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Shatta Wale shared during the address that he has recorded a song with an unnamed multiple-award-winning Grammy artiste, claiming that the song was recorded during his stay in the United States of America.
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."
While speaking in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh to give his take on cyberbullying, the host of Vibes In 5 spelled out a number of salient points.
He indicated that cyberbullying was a punishable act in many jurisdictions and also touched on some of the things victims of cyberbullying had to do.
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