Shatta Wale Deletes His “Konekt” Album From YouTube – Insider Reveals Why

More articles

- Advertisement -
Chris Osei
Chris Osei
The writer is Osei Chris Kofi. I have three strong passions in life — football, blogging and movies — in that order. I love spending time with friends talking about the important things in life and hate nothing more than ‘authority’ and hypocrisy. My personal believe in life is that once an individual sets his/her mind to achieve something, it is totally possible. And oh!, I am a strong Lannister, because I always pay my debt. For writing or fixing gigs, contact

Award-winning Ghanaian musician, Shatta Wale has surprisingly deleted his recently released “Konekt” album from his YouTube page.

The controversial musician deleted the album in the late hours of Thursday, March 21, 2023, to the shock of many of her fans and music lovers.

READ ALSO: My Case Against Lilwin Has Not Been Withdrawn From Court – Martha Ankomah Gives Update

The album was released somewhere in February 2024 and it has eight tracks which are produced by the renowned Nigerian music executive and engineer, Bankuli.

“Konekt” album had features with top musicians like Tekno, Basil and Jamaican heavyweight, Bounty Killer on the song, “Commando”.

READ ALSO: The Things You Are Doing To Shatta Wale Doesn’t Make Him Your Boy, Change That Analogue – Sammy Flex Tells Andy Dosty

After the album was deleted, a lot of netizens expressed worry and inquired what might have pushed the talented music star to just wake up and delete an album that his entire team led by his manager, Sammy Flex, to put some much energy to get it into the trends.

In the wake of the questions that were being asked, Shatta Wale came out to state that he was the one who deleted the album himself because he handles his Youtube account.

READ ALSO: Funny Face To Conduct DNA Test For His Children With Venessa As He F!ghts Her Over The Kids?

Now, the latest twist to this developing story is according to Dreamline Aaron, one of Shatta’s ardent followers and most vocal fans on social media, the leader for the Shatta Movement probably deleted the album because he is supposedly not getting some alleged payments he is supposed to receive since he did the project for Bankuli.

- Advertisement -


- Advertisement -