- Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale impressed Ghanaians when he showed off his keyboard skills on television
- The self-proclaimed dancehall king was a guest on Metro TV's Good Evening Ghana where he serenaded viewers with a keyboard performance
- Fans of the dancehall artist took to social media to express their admiration towards the singer's versatility and talent
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Shatta Wale is a man of many talents. He is versed in many music-related skills, from singing, producing, mixing, mastering and writing his songs.
The award-winning singer displayed another skill to Ghanaians when he guested on Metro TV's evening programme, Good Evening Ghana. He showed Ghanaians he is a talented keyboard player by playing Lean On Me, the famous song by American singer Bill Withers.
Shatta Wale calls out Bull Dog and critics who claim Black Sherif's album would outperform his G.O.G album
In a video shared by media personality Abeiku Santana and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale played the musical instrument with backing vocals from a trio in the studio. However, the Ayo singer did not altogether sing the song but sang the first line; "Lean on me."
As he played the keyboard, the backup singers joined in to sing parts of the song, serenading viewers with their angelic vocals as they formed a perfect harmony with Shatta Wale.
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Ghanaians React To Shatta Wale's Keyboard Skills
I love this !! But still ain’t his fan
It's the laughter for me
You are an extremely gifted man
Oh I must say I’m quite impressed cus I neva thought Shatta could play the …is all love ❤️
Lord may nothing separate me from @shattawalenima you are the best my king
Shatta Wale Lashes Out At Bull Dog And Critics Who Claim Black Sherif's Album Is Better Than His
In other Shatta Wale news, the dancehall artist called out Bull Dog and other critics who claim that Black Sherif's 'The Villain I Never Was' album would outperform his upcoming Gift of God (G.O.G) album.
The self-proclaimed dancehall king stated he is not moved by the statement as he believes the success of Black Sherif's album is a win for Ghana.
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