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Stop The Attacks: Call For Sarkodie’s Support – Angel Tells Shatta Wale

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Manager of Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, Angel Town has called on Zylofon Music Signee Shatta Wale to stop the attacks on fellow musicians over needless reasons and rather call for support from each of them.

The dancehall artiste has recently described Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese as poor artistes who are suffering and cannot speak out about it.

The artiste manager has admonished Shatta’s act and advised him to ask for the help of all those great artistes he has been attacking during his tour in and outside the country, and he believes that will make a great impact on his upcoming album.

Angel Town in an interview with TV XYZ said:

“I have seen him attacking a lot of artistes perhaps to promote his album, even to the extent of taking it out on Sarkodie recently, yeah, but I think asking all these guys to help you and putting them together on a tour is the way to go, not fighting over kingship titles”.

According to him, Shatta Wale is throwing all those attacks and making those rants at Sarkodie and other celebrities just to promote his album and has asked him to just ask for help rather than taking it out on people.

Shatta Wale has been all over days ago his usual trademark of attacks and although many have come to accept that he’s incorrigible, some people are still not afraid to give him their piece of MIND!

He is expected to launch the album in October 2018, at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair Center, Accra after which he will embark on a worldwide tour to sell his work to the international market.

The album consists of 17 tracks majority produced by MOG Beatz and three of the songs produced by the one-time artistes of the year at the Ghana Music Awards which has only one guest feature – Nigeria’s Olamide.

The album, according to Shatta Wale is a potpourri of different genres and not strictly a dancehall album. It is expected to top charts across Africa and the rest of the world.

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