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Dancehall Kings Samini And Shatta Wale’s Beautiful Collaborative Tune…

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Samini And Shatta Wale

For several years, these Reggae Dancehall musicians have been on the neck of each other squabbling as Shatta Wale and Samini seemed not to be in good terms for several reasons known to them.

The two music giants, who happen to be amongst the top if not the pinnacle in the reggae Dancehall music in Africa, has in the end congregated with a big music banger as both music icons have collaborated on a beautiful Christmas track – ‘Celebration‘.

The tune which has been released is truly over the moon as every one of them confirmed their adroitness as a reggae Dancehall champion.

Shatta has released numerous hit songs back and forth to the satisfaction of his fanatics in Ghana and throughout Africa. As one of the relevant musicians in Ghana, he has demonstrated why he deserves to be celebrated for his big contribution to the music industry in Ghana.

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On the alternative hand, Samini who’s equally one of the biggest acts in Africa, has additionally maintained his consistency and considered as one of the biggest reggae Dancehall musician in Africa. As a MOBO Award winner, he has indeed sold Ghana to the rest of the world through his Master class style of tune.

Samini has received many Awards around the world and has performed to high personalities in many parts of the world. He has since day one through his music career, produced hit after hit songs with other huge global collaborations.

These reggae Dancehall acts, Samini and Shatta Wale have entertained Ghana for many years with their fan base being a driving force of their relevance within the music game. They have subsequently come together as one few days into the subsequent year 2020.

For many, this is surprising because the united collaborated tune – ‘Celebration‘ came unawares, as they least anticipated it. This is somewhat an excellent sign for bigger things to appear for both artists and Ghana in general.

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