Popular Nigerian musician Olamide, has described Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale as Ghana’s biggest music export.
He made this statement on Saturday, October 27,2018 when he performed at BF Suma Connect Concert, at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair, La, Accra.
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“Whether you like it or not Shatta Wale is Ghana’s biggest export musically. He has large following and I urge every Ghanaian to rally behind him.
“Shatta Wale is a king in Ghana and I am proud to associate myself with him”, said Olamide as he made his exit from the stage.
An obviously excited by the statement, Shatta Wale could not help but give Olamide a bear hug when he joined him on stage. They performed Wonders together before Olamide finally took his leave.
And when he had the stage to himself, Shatta Wale did not waste time at all to literally turn the auditorium upside down.
Sporting a pair of working overalls teamed with a yellow T-shirt, Shatta Wale spent over an hour on stage giving his fans back to back of his many hit songs.
His fans like loyal subjects who revere their king, kept screaming his name throughout his performance.
Some of the songs he dished out to his fans were Gringo, My Level, Amount, Dancehall Commando, Dancehall King, Hosanna, Thunder Fire, Ayoo and Taking Over.
Trust Shatta wale to add 'drama' to his act, he stopped in the middle of his performance to say he was overwhelmed by the turn up.
“I thought today my fans will disappoint me. Ebi you people make I dey get money”, he added as he resumed thrilling patrons.
Shatta Wale ended his performance with his popular diss song to Yaa Pono ‘Say Fi’.
Other artistes who did incredibly well on the night were Kuami Eugene, KiDi, Wendy Shay, Tiwa Savage, Adina, Dope Nation and Lemme Gang.