The boss of the Shatta Movement empire, dancehall king Shatta Wale, has somehow managed to find a way to blame the President for his lack of massive hit singles in recent times.
Many people argue that since moving to Zylofon Music, Shatta Wale’s frequency of dropping songs and especially massive hit songs has reduced. He continues to occasionally drop songs and have hits but not to the volume he used to.
In a recent interview, Shatta Wale claims the reason he’s unable to drop more hits like he used to is because the economy is so hot that people don’t even have time to pay attention to his singles.
“This time I’m even releasing more songs but people are not even aware. I’m just trying to make people take their minds off certain things,” he said.
According to Wale, he has even been stirring up unnecessary controversy to sell his music but people are still not paying attention.
“I’m trying to put controversial stuff in the industry for Ghana to be interesting but the country is becoming hotter and hotter each and every day.
“I beg the President to do something. Ghanaians are suffering too much. I just want to say this on air for him to know that I also care about the country.
“The way he wants Ghana to move is the same way I also want Ghana to move but people are complaining too much. Like there’s no money, businesses are collapsing.” Wale opined.