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Stop playing 'foolish' songs - Shatta Wale tells YFM
Source:   |   November 13, 2017   |  28 Views

Ghana's Dancehall King Shatta Wale has advised the number one urban youth radio station in the country, YFM to stop playing nonsensical tracks especially the ones which are not from Ghana.

He indicated that anytime he produces a track, Ghanaians complain and question him what's the essence of the track he has produced but radio stations such as YFM keep playing nonsensical tracks which are not even Ghanaian.

According to him, the track that was playing look like it was calling mosquitoes from Brazil to Ghana. This one serious punchline.

However, he later urged the urban youth station, YFM to stop playing tracks from other countries and patronize Ghanaian tracks to promote the industry.

"So Ghana, when you tune to a radio station and they're playing "TonTonTonTon".....foolish people nkwaa. If I dey do song, then you people dey take say, ooo....this song what sense dey inside."

"Why, the "TonTonTonTon" den dey play, den dey wan bring mosquitoes from Brazil come Ghana. YFM, you people, you for stop that thing oo. Every time you dey wan play somebody en country music." ...... Shatta Wale said.

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