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Shatta Wale Savagely Reply A Twitter User Who Asked Him To Stop Copying Foreign Culture In His Music Videos

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Shatta Wale Savagely Reply A Twitter User Who Asked Him To Stop Copying Foreign Culture In His Music Videos
Ghanaian Dancehall and multiply award winner and hit maker of Gringo Chairles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known by his stage name as Shatta Wale (Paah Paaah Paaah Paaah) yesterday posted on his twitter page blaming Ghana Music Directors for doing copy cut which is bringing the Ghana Music Industry back since the directors are not putting their effort to produce something new into the system to promote the Industry to the world.
The fact that Ghanaian Music Directors are copying from other countries do not means Ghana artist should not learn from other artists or copy  culture from other country. This lead Shatta wale to reply twitter user who asked him to stop copying from other country and do what preach about. “Do what you preach” 



Nigerian Musicians Are Doing Better Than Ghana Musicians, Here Are the Reasons

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Nigerian Musicians Are Doing Better Than Ghana Musicians, Here Are the Reasons


Ghana Music for some times back was known worldwide due to the content and hard work of the various artists in the Industry, Even though there is no competition among the two industry but there is a gap between the two industries in terms of how far their work goes worldwide.
Nigeria music promote new artists very seconds, and almost all their music crosses borders due to their way of doing music their language bearer, Most Nigeria artists are been nominated in various music awards in the world, The fact that Nigerians musicians are doing better than Ghana musicians does not mean Ghanaian Musicians are not doing anything.
There are some qualities and reasons why Nigerians Musicians are going worldwide than Ghana Musicians. 
There are top musicians in Ghana such as; Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Sakordie, Becca, Samini and some few artists who are known worldwide.
 In every year, Nigerian Music Industry produces new y…

Here Are Some Reasons Why You Don’t Need To Blame Shatta Wale When There Is A Beef Between Him And Other Artists.

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Here Are Some Reasons Why You Don’t Need To Blame Shatta Wale When There Is A Beef Between Him And Other Artists.


Shatta Wale whose real Name is Charles Nii Armah Mensah, Ghanaian  multiply award winning artist for some reasons most people dislike him because they thought he is bad guy and a kind of person who do not respect the society and do not give any moral lessons to the youths who follow and support him.
Almost 80% of Ghanaian hate him because of his style of doing music and how he behaves, Shatta Wale is known everywhere in Ghana here and not only in Ghana but the whole world due to his branding as an artist who really mean business. He do music to fit the society and how he can make money out of his pieces words he put together to become song or music.
One good reason why you do not need to condemn him when he is having beef or posting some sorts staffs on his social media walls is that He Shatta Wale is a man who knows how the system runs day in and day out, He knows when to…

New Record Breaks As Travis Scott Sold Out L.A. with $1.7 Million For One Show

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New Record Breaks As Travis Scott Sold Out L.A. with $1.7 Million For One Show

Travis Scott's "Astroworld" continues to soar the rapper into new heights of stardom after his February 8 concert at the Forum in Los Angeles broke records. TMZ reports that Scott was able to sell more than 16,300 tickets, making $1.7 million for one show. This success follows his December 19 and 20 dates that were also packed houses. Scott is now one of an elite few who have had repeat sold out shows at the Forum in a 12-month period, including Garth Brooks, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Sting, The Grateful Dead, Janet Jackson, and Juan Gabriel. Bringing in almost $2 milli in one night isn't anything to sneeze at, and the young rapper recently was interviewed by Nas for Playboy magazine where he talked about the differences between the legendary rapper's generation and his own. "We came up on iPhones, you know what I mean? We’re at a point now where we don’t even write our raps down…