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Opanka – Shatta Wale, Beyonce’s feature will open doors for Ghana music industry

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Ghanaian rapper Dadie Opanka has stated that the collaboration between Shatta Wale and Beyoncé will help open doorways for different artistes to are trying to find larger collabo’s in the future.

Shatta Wale’s newest milestone in Ghana’s music industry has been met with plenty of congratulatory messages from colleague musicians, politicians, tune-loving fans, among others.

Arguably the most important feature by any Ghanaian artiste in current times, the “Already” video featuring the 24-time Grammy award winner and Major Lazer has won large patronage worldwide prior to the debut of Beyoncé’s “Black is King” visual album on Disney Plus closing Friday.

In an interview with the GNA Entertainment, the “Wedding Car” hitmaker stated that this collaboration is a huge win for the music industry and must be capitalised on by different musicians.”

Firstly I want to congratulate Shatta Wale for this huge success. It’s a big win for Ghana music and it would make the world pay much more attention to Ghana music and open doors to other musicians.

“The likes of Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, and others have recently featured some big artistes and I think these collaborations are important for Ghana music as we look to further expose our music to the world.

“It is important for other musicians to set their sights on making big features to help thrive Ghanaian music,” he said.
Opanka is presently promoting his latest single titled “Hold On” featuring one of Ghana’s excellent songwriters Kofi Kinaata and is available across numerous streaming platforms.

 

 

Source:1familyradio.com

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