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Multiple award-profitable Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, recognized in real existence as Charles Nii Armah Mensah, has been noticed in a video clip jamming to Stonebwoy’s viral Putuu music.
In the video that is speedy heading viral on social media, Shatta Wale is observed tapping into the fame of his now very best pal in the music field Stonebwoy, as he added to the pattern of the “Putuu” song.
Dressed in a white lengthy sleeve shirt, accompanied by a round hat and matching eyeglasses the “king of dancehall” appeared all clever and great as he sat in his massive business
While seated driving a big desk, Shatta Wale was seen counting wads of international forex, especially bucks, as he nodded his head in enjoyment.
The roomy workplace is believed to be in the huge mansion of the Ayoo hitmaker. He was noticed with the dozenss of greenback notes laid out in entrance of him in the business as he counted it.
All that whilst, he was found doing the job on his Apple pc in the brightly lit office. It would look that he was calculating his riches in international currency.
Shatta Wale listening to Stonebwoy’s tune in his non-public minute could only be an indicator that he’s now in really like with the music.
The Having About crooner was a short while ago in the news adhering to a movie that has occur out indicating that it is his extended-awaited online video for his By now song with Beyonce.
Shatta Wale was also up for dialogue when news came out that he would be quickly highlighted in a tune with award-profitable American rapper, Meek Mill.
Stonebowy’s Putuu tune has gone viral in Ghana and like just about every viral music, has captivated backlash and praise at the very same time.
Numerous fans of the Sobolo gentleman have made videos of by themselves hoping to sing the song and Shatta Wale appears to be the newest appreciate of the viral hit song.
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