Ghana’s two foremost dancehall artistes, Samini and Shatta Wale have settled their differences and promised their fans a massive collaboration in the coming years.
From the ‘High Grade’ family, Samini told Accra based Pluzz FM that he has forgiven his one time friend, Shatta Wale for everything that happened in the past.
“There is peace and unity between me and Shatta Wale,” the “Iskoki” hit singer said, “I forgave Shatta Wale in 2015 because there no need in keeping past hurts.”
Shatta Wale also said on the same show that he had nothing personal against Samini and that he had always respected him.
“People need to know that whatever has gone on between me and Samini is nothing personal – it is all business and so people should watch out for us this year,” he said.
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The two musician in a war of words have been trading insults over who is Ghana’s dancehall king.
Samini also revealed how he came in contact with the president of the ‘Shatta Movement’, Shatta Wale. He disclosed that he met Shatta through Obour,the current Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) president.
“He was Obour’s kid. I heard him in the studio, when I was going to feature on Obour’s song and I told Obour that guy was good and Obour said he was his kid. So when I was doing my tour, I called Obour to bring his kid on board,” he said.
The two musicians on live radio for the first ti in many years exchanged friendly pleasantries in Patois.