- A talented Nigerian singer made a grand entrance into Ghana with a message for Shatta Wale
- The Zazuu hitmaker dropped a short freestyle to his idol as a notice that he is available in the country
- Many fans encouraged their meeting, saying that the two artistes could make the perfect hit song
Nigerian singer Portable, born Habeeb Olalomi Oyegbile, has announced his presence in Ghana. Zazuu, as showbiz calls him, sent a message to Shatta Wale.
According to Portable, his fans watching him in Ghana should tell Shatta Wale he is in Ghana.
He recorded his message into a song on video with his friends, making the same appeal.
Portable said he is ready to meet Shatta Wale in Ghana. The singer arrived in the country during the weekend.
He called for a partnership with Shatta Wale through a song he made for the Ghanaian dancehall artiste.
In the video, Portable sang, “Make them tell Shatta Wale to say Zazu dey for Ghana. Gangster Naija from Africa. Shatta Waleeee. Shatta Shatta Wale. Me, I dey for Ghana.”
His friends repeated the song, adding, “He dey for Ghana dey chop all the million dollars.”
Watch the video below:
Peeps react to Nigerian singer Portable freestyling for Shatta Wale
Diverse opinions filled the comment section, as some thought Shatta Wale was bigger than Portable. But others pointed out that the Nigerian singer could revive his career.
ShattaWale na your mate?
Portable can revive Shatta wale’s career.
Make Shatta know sey he go Nigeria today this go be ein mates
Shatta Wale turns to Nigerians for assistance, blasts Ghana music
The massive growth in the Nigerian music industry seemed to have stunned Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale, who recently cried out for help in regard to his career.
Shatta Wale in a tweet via his official Twitter handle described the Ghanaian music industry as a disgrace, adding that the citizens don’t take action.
“Is better we stop arguing with Nigerian Fans, promoters, etc and ask for help.”
“Me sef I need record label, Ghana music is a disgrace Mek nobody lie you . Shouts to Naija Ghana ppl too deh like talk with no action Yes I have said it ….”