Shatta Wale Talks About ‘Mahama Paper’, How He Got His Accent & More On BBC’s ‘Focus On Africa’

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We cannot deny the fact that, Shatta Wale had an extremely successful concert in London over the weekend where most of the fans who wanted to attend the program couldn’t even get tickets as the venue was full-many ended up behind the gates.

Now that tells you how powerful & influential Shatta Wale has grown to become. The ‘Champion’ was interviewed by Akwasi Sarpong on Focus On Africa and he talks about how he got the Jamaican accent, why he decided to do dancehall music and also shares the story behind most of his hit songs.

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Shatta Wale revealed in the interview that, his accent was influenced by his cousins in London when he was taken to London at the age of 17 by his Dad. He disclosed that his cousins were always speaking ‘Patoa’.

Also talking about how his hit song ‘Mahama Paper’ came about, the dancehall king mentioned that, he didn’t do the song for any political reasons but wrote it out of love.

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[Read Also: One Young Man Touched Shatta Wale’s Balls & Here’s The Message Shatta Wale Sent Him]

‘Oneday I was watching tv and you know, the president, it was like a conference something and the president was like where is my page 13 and I was like Mahama too, where e paper dey, we he nor go fi find e paper like that’ Shatta Wale disclosed.

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