Nigerian artistes making Ghanaian counterparts look like feeding bottle musicians – Shatta Wale
Ghanaian dancehall singer Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr. , aka Shatta Wale, has said the successes of Nigerian musicians have dwarfed the achievements of their Ghanaian counterparts.
He said the Ghanaian music industry is like a “feeding bottle” compared to the Nigerian industry, which he described as a “Hennessy bottle”.
Shatta Wale stated this while congratulating rising Nigerian artist Asake, who recently sold out the 20,000-capacity O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom.
On his Twitter handle, he wrote, “Nigerians [artistes] are making Ghanaian music look like a feeding bottle compared to a Hennessy bottle. Congrats to Asake Meeenn!
“You guys deh run too fast... F*ck
“PS: Some Ghanaian men say, How do they do it?
“Me: When you stop judging people here like you are angels,I think we can get the formula.
“Naija is winning BIG TIME ! My people.”
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