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Shatta Wale ‘mafias’ Rudeboy of P-Square; denies him ‘free wifi’ to Ghana

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Shatta Wale and Ghanaian musicians at large have denied the half of defunct P-Square group, Rudeboy, the opportunity to become the subject of discussions in Ghana to revive his name among music lovers in the country.

Rudeboy described theentire Ghanaian musicians as not “not soo smart musicians” in exception of Sarkodie and Kidi who is now gaining admiration in Nigeria with his “melodious voice”.


As it is well-known of Shatta Wale, the dancehall artiste was expected to reply Rudeboy and even follow it up with a diss song but it has been days now and there is no sign of a single Ghanaian musician responding to Rudeboy’s thoughts.

With the ongoing beef between Sarkodie and Shatta Wale, and the good relationship that exists between Sarkodie and P-Square, one would hardly believe that Shatta Wale has been silence on Rudeboy’s comment.

Rudeboy who was on a promotional tour in the US ended up in the WGHC Radio in Chicago, USA, weeks after Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy received the humiliating experience when Menzgold /Zylofon Media staged a concert to launch both Menzgold and Zylofon Media.


So naturally, the issue of the snubbed came up in the discussion and Rudeboy did not hold back in his assessment of Ghanaian musicians.

According to the Nigerian star, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy could be very popular in their home base, they have zero popularity in Nigeria. He questioned why the organizers of the concert didn’t see it fit to bring Sarkodie who is an icon in Nigeria on stage. To him, that would have been a boost to the show.

Explaining why Ghana music is far below Nigerians, Rudeboy explained that Ghanaian musicians do not know how to be diverse in their music. When they discover a trend, every musician want’s to take part. But that in itself is not even bad but they will stick toit for a long time without being dynamic about.


But Nigerians although pick most of their sounds from Ghana music, they are dynamic about it and master it to perfection. To him, Ghanaian musicians are not sharp except Sarkodie but Nigerian musicians are sharper.

“Nigerians we’re too sharp…most of the sounds you’re talking about they come from you guys [Ghanaians] if you’re not sharp enough Niger we’re sharper.”

“They are just doing the same thing without developing…they focus on just one thing and stay there. Everyone [in Ghana] does the same thing, [but nigerians] we develop something and before you catch up, we are gone…”


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