I Don’t Support 80% Gh Music, 95% is better- Shatta Wale

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The brawl between the Ghana music industry and that of the Nigerian music industry looks set for a new twist as the boss for the SM4lyf, Shatta Wale has added a new twist to the whole argument.

Shatta Wale and some other big names on the Zylofon music record label were recently ‘disgraced’ in Nigerian when they went to the country for the Zylofon and Menzgold music inversion concert.

The reaction of the Nigerian music fans to the Ghanaian musicians has over the last two weeks caused a lot of bad blood between many Ghanaian social media users and those of Nigeria. Sarkodie was even roasted online for posting a song of Peter P-square of Nigeria in the heat of the brouhaha.

Self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale, has in an interview with Andy Dosty on his Daybreak Hitz entertainment show stated that instead of the fight to get 80% of Ghanaian songs played on the airwaves through a legislation, he wants 95%.

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Shatta Wale added that he was surprised that the music fans in Nigeria who were paid will decide to stand idly while they perform on the stage.

He, therefore, believes that if the Ghanaian music will be able to march that of Nigeria, we should promote our own and put our artiste out there.



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