Shatta Wale’s ‘Beef’ With Nigerian Musicians Has Eventually Paid Off-Earns A First Time Nomination At Soundcity MVP Awards

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Shatta Wale has been able to make it to Sound City’s MVP awards for the first time in music history and this is such a great feat for him as his efforts in subtly attacking Wizkid, Timaya and Patoranking have eventually paid off.

Some few weeks ago, the dancehall king was the talk of news in Nigeria when he said in an interview that he didn’t regard Wizkid as a superstar, a statement most Nigerians didn’t take lightly and resulted in an internet war between music lovers in Nigeria and fans of Shatta Wale and even some non-fans.

Interestingly, it’s obvious Shatta Wale has been able to make a statement in the Nigerian music space and has for that matter earned a nomination in  SoundCity’s MVP awards which is held every year since 2007.

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Shatta Wale was nominated in the Best Male MVP category and he is in the same category with his friend Sarkodie and other Nigerian acts like Wizkid, Davido, Runtown, Olamide, and others.

He also got nominated in the  Best African artiste and Digital artiste of the year categories.

Well, that’s some good news for Shatta Wale. You might want to vote for him or Sarkodie in the list, head over there to vote by clicking here.

Also, Becca was nominated for the Best Female MVP award, so make sure to vote for her when you get to the page. Sarkodie earned two other nominations in the categories of Best Hip Hop and Best Collaboration with his song ‘Painkiller’ which featured Runtown.


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