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Akatakyie Accused Of Stealing Their New Song “Metwa A Medi”



Music duo Akatakyie just added their names to the long list of popular Ghanaian artistes accused of stealing songs.
Highlife singer Uncle Ebo has accused Akatakyie for pilfering his song “Sure Banker” which has the same arrangements chorus settings as one of Akatakyie’s latest works also titled “Sure Banker”.

In fact, when we listened to the two songs, the similarities in the songs were obviously striking and it was clear that somebody stole another’s song.

Uncle Ebo claimed that,after recording the song sent it to some industry players like Abeiku Santana,Sammy Flex, Zap Mallet and others for support, approval and their response on the song.He mentioned names like Kofi Kinaata,Kindee,Awal and many others who were in the studio when he recorded the song.

According to Uncle Ebo, he was overly aghast when he heard the release of on air as a song belonging to the latest music duo Akatakyie.

Uncle Ebo, however, does not intend to take the matter to court but only wants to raise awareness because many artistes treated this way are not given the chance to talk in such matters.
Uncle Ebo provided this as his evidence

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2kingsGh Hints On New Incoming EP tagged ‘UnveilingEP’



Award winning music duo ‘2kingsGh’ have revealed they will release their debut EP soon. Speaking on xlive africa Radio with Dj Fuad and also on their media pages, 2kings said: ” Soon, we will have a new project so people should be on the lookout for that.” 2kings however refused to share the release date for the project but told their fans to be on the lookout.

The award winning music duo after getting into the limelight in 2016 till now have released back to back music for Ghanaians and the world.


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God Told Me To Rebrand From Bandana To Shatta Wale



Dancehall artist, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, alias Shatta Wale, says his current stage name was a divine revelation from God.

According to him, his decision to rebrand in 2013 was a result of his inability to make Showbiz headlines when he was then known as Bandana.

In an interview on Accra-based Joy FM, the ‘My level’ hit-maker said he heard the voice of God shortly after a prayer to change his name in order to bounce back in the industry.

“I felt this music wey I feel say you go be like Lil Wayne and Jay Z, the system no dey like that for here. You know the way Ghana music sometimes you have to hustle promoters to pay you and stuff so I was really struggling. So I woke up and just prayed to God. I said God I beg you, if you will give me another chance for this thing because the way man dey suffer, you for give me an idea,” he said.

According to him, “All what I heard from God was, change your name. And I was like, but Bandana be cool o so I go fi change. And he was like, I changed peoples’ names in the Bible and so if you can also change your name, I believe I can push you up.”

He explained that the only name that came to mind was Wale which he had abbreviated from World Acclaimed Lyrical Entertainer.

“So I said what can I add to the Wale to make it strong, the only word that I could spell in my mind was Shatta. And Shatta in Jamaica is like real bad one. You know, somebody that people fear.”

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Sarkodie Betrayed Me In A Glo Deal : Shatta Wale Reveals The Genesis Of Their Fight



Controversial Ghanaian Dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, has revealed the root cause of the rivalry between him and Sarkodie.

According to him, telecommunication network Glo called on them for a deal.

So he conferred with Sarkodie and told him that since they have been in the industry for long and are known to be hardworking, that was the time for them to make some good money with the deal.

Therefore, he agreed with Sarkodie to quote an amount of $150,000 each for that deal. This, Shatta Wale revealed, was accepted by Sarkodie and they got ready to speak with Glo.

The Dancehall king made these and many other revelations in an interview monitored by on Joy FM.

However, Shatta Wale said he received a call from Glo telling him that Sarkodie had come to them and agreed to be paid $120,000 for the deal.

He said he felt betrayed because he had already mentioned $150,000 to Glo, and told them that Sarkodie would also take the same amount.

Therefore, Obidi’s less charge made him feel like he wanted to outsmart Glo, thus giving him a bad reputation.

As controversial he is, Shatta Wale said he called Sarkodie on phone and confronted him on why he behaved that way.

But the Highest musician could not give any tangible reason, and so he, Shatta Wale, threatened to go on radio and tell everyone that Sarkodie was living a poor life.

“That is how the whole thing started. Sarkodie is suffering but he doesn’t want to show because people think of him as rich.

He doesn’t have anything, that was why he couldn’t even manage Strongman,” Shatta Wale added.

Meanwhile, Sarkodie had earlier released a song titled Advice, to taunt Shatta Wale.

Now, the Taking Over hitmaker has revealed that it was after the Glo confrontation that Sarkodie attacked him with that song.

The two have many songs together including Megye Wo Girl, Dancehall Commando, and many other hits.

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