The two biggest music factions in Ghana currently is Stonebwoy’s Bhim Nation and Shatta Wale’s Shatta Movement. Their respective leaders have over the years battle it out for who’s the king of Ghanaian and African dancehall.
According to the fans of Shatta Wale, he’s African dancehall king based on his mass following whiles fans of Stonebwoy has the bragging rights based on the numerous dancehall artiste of the year awards he’s bagged at the VGMA’s and the AFRIMA’s.
The battle for supremacy has always been drawn whenever there’s availability of space to brag and in a recent interview by Stonebwoy on Adom FM, the ‘Top Skanka’ hitmaker claimed that his fan base, popularly known as BhimNation is far bigger and larger than Shatta Wales’s Shatta Movement.
According to Stonebwoy, he’s the only artist to be referred to as a President when he visited Prez. Nana Akuffo Addo at the Flagstaff House on the purpose of inviting him to his Bhim Concert 18 last year which was held at the Fantasy Dome.
Stonebwoy-Shatta Wale Case Adjourned To 16th July: State To Present 4th Witness
Prosecutors in the case involving Dancehall artistes Charles Nii Armah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, and Livingstone Etse Satekla, aka Stonebwoy, have appealed for adequate time to compile evidence for the trial process.
Appearing before the Adjabeng District Court Thursday, the state, represented by Superintendent Emelia Asante argued, that the plea will allow for the statement of the last witness out of the four presented to the court to be taken and subsequently presented for hearing.
The court granted the appeal and adjourned the case to the 16th of July, by which time all statements must have been filed to facilitate proceedings.
This is the second appearance made by the duo after they were arraigned before court for Breach of Peace contrary to Section 2017 (1) of the Criminal and other Offences Act 1960 (Act 29).
Both artistes pleaded not guilty to the charges levelled against them and were granted bail during the first hearing.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy were arrested in connection with the disturbances that rocked the 2019 VGMA.
The two have been charged with offensive conduct tending to the breaches of peace, while Stonebwoy faces an additional charge of display of weapon in a public place without permission, contrary to sections 7 (1) and 26 (1) (a) l of the Arms and Ammunition Act, 1972 (NRCD 9).
Prior to charge, they were both detained by the police after their statements were taken, they were granted bail subsequently.
What led to the arrest of the artistes, was an altercation between some members of the Shatta Movement (SM), the fan group aligned to Shatta Wale, and Stonebwoy’s fans, who are known as the BHIM Natives.
The raucous scenes happened after Stonebwoy was called on stage to receive the award for Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year at the 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Although it was unclear what triggered the fracas, patrons at the event and viewers who watched the show live on television alleged to have seen Shatta Wale walk towards the stage with some of his fans, while Stonebwoy was also seen pulling a gun before walking off stage.
I Don’t Have Anything Against Gays Using My Song : K’Swagg
Rapper/Songwriter who recently released a hit single “I want you” feature Kurl Songx, has stated in an interview on Atinka FM earlier this weekend on AtinkaShowbiz with Don stiga that he has nothing against homosexuals.
In an interview, the rapper was asked whom he was referring to in writing the song “I want you” was it to a male partner or female as it is now becoming a thing for men to have men partners.
The rapper relied upon
“oh naa, I have mother against gays though, I just wrote the song about. Anyone who finds his or herself in a situation to express love”.
The rapper also went ahead to say that he believes in love for that is the only thing making us stronger.
He granted this interview when he paid a visit to Atinka FM as part of his media tour for Promoting “I want you” which features sensational singer Kurl Songx, check the link below.
My Love For Music Brought Me To Tema : Kimilist
Mimlife Records artiste Kimilist who was on Dr. Duncan’s Akasamu Show on Onua FM revealed to listeners that he is a native of Kumasi and has lived all his life in Kumasi but has relocated to Tema to
pursue his music career.
When asked about where he grew up, he told the host Dr. Duncan “I grew up in Kumasi, I went to school and did everything in Kumasi. But Mimlife Records found me through my music and I am with them now.
So I have moved to Tema; He went on to also reveal that, the video for his song Yawa will be out soon. You can check out the audio for Yawa available on all platforms
Listen to Yawa by Kimilist #np on #SoundCloud
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