Shatta Wale has expressed admiration at the remake of the Already music video by singer Beyonce and Major Lazer by a crop of young ladies of the Dream Chasers Academy in Nigeria.
In this video, these young ladies were seen displaying the dance moves and all the antics and stunts that the original music video was based on.
The interesting part of their video is the caricature nature of their costume and setting which they strive to make it have a striking resemblance with the actual piece.
In a retweet, Shatta Wale, who was strongly featured in the video, used a love emoji to show how he feels towards this artistic and brilliant display of creativity by these young girls of the Dream Chasers Academy.
On the other hand, the Ikorudu boys of Nigeria are also known from remaking scenes of movies, music videos and other creative pieces so to give a local spice and feel to them.
The Dream Chasers Academy is made up usually neglected poorly impoverished girls who are trained and helped to master one trade or the other or pursue other ventures of interest.
The ‘Already Music Video’ has been a topical issue in the entertainment space in Ghana especially when it has to do with bragging right among the local musicians.