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CJ BiggerMan Celebrates Ground Up Chale For Their Positive Impact In The Music Industry

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CJ BiggerMan, Ghanaian rapper who recently released a new top-charting song “Chuku Chuku” has celebrated a music platform.

Speaking in an exclusive interview on Peace FM with Akwasi Aboagye he revealed now promoting single and songs have become easier.

According to him, now there are social media tools available that are helping us push songs and videos faster.

Fast Forward, he celebrated Ground Up Chale for creating such a movement to unearth hidden talents in the industry and also push individuals outside their projects.

Enjoy his brand new video “Chuku Chuku” below.

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I Featured Vybz Kartel And Beyonce On My Gift Of God Album : Shatta Wale

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Multiple award-winning dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has hinted on featuring his idol, Vybz Kartel, and American Grammy award-winning artiste, Beyonce on his yet to be released ‘Gift Of God’ Album.

The news of featuring the top international artiste has earned SM fans the bragging righs as they have been spotted on social media, rubbing it in the faces of other artistes and fans. The dancehall King announced the feature at an interview.

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This is an album where I’m going to have a couple of collaborations. I create my own beat, mix and master everything by myself. I’m going to do a few collaborations on it with Beyonce and Vybz Kartel. The Gift of God album is not going to be a local album but international album”.

The #GOG will be Shatta Wale‘s 4th studio album after the following albums; After The Storm, Reign Album and Wonder Boy Album.

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Bobrisky Exposes ‘Pastor’ Who Begged For A Kiss In Her DM

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Popular Nigerian transgender, Bobrisky did not take it lightly on a social media user who barged into her DM to talk to her about repentance.

Interestingly this same person had requested a kiss from Bobrisky and when he realized that wasn’t forthcoming, he changed his tune and started ‘preaching the word of God’, asking her to surrender her life to Jesus Christ.

The encounter infuriated Bobrisky as she took to social media to share a screenshot of the conversation she had with him.

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No Rapper From Ghana Can Diss Me : EL

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Rapper Elorm Adablah aka E.L has stated emphatically that no rapper in Ghana than match him when it comes to doing a diss song.

E.L made this claims when he was questioned by Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central as the duration it would take him to respond to a diss directed to him.

In his response, E.L revealed that none of the rappers in the industry can even record a diss song or throw a punch at him because they are scared of what he can do.

“Oh no nobody can diss me in this music industry. Have you seen anyone dissing me in a song, nobody can diss me because they know my character and they know that I’m a stand-up guy.

“Me I’m here to preach love instead of adversity or unhealthy competition even though I think some of the beefs that happen it is very healthy competition.

“But I don’t think that there is anybody in my lane so if I find someone in my lane then probably we can encourage such things”.

“So far my problem is that I have not been able to find anybody in my lane so I’m relaxed in my corner. I won’t reply any diss songs directed at me. It is funny to me because I’m really enjoying the beefs currently going on since its entertaining.

“But nobody is up to my style so what I will tell them in a reply they won’t be able to understand. We will just keep it as it is so they should continue beefing whilst we enjoy”.

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