Shatta Wale Opens Up On What The Success Of Black Sherif’s Album Would Mean

Dancehall musician Shatter Wale has responded to critics who think his yet-to-be-released album, Gift of God, can’t keep up with The Black Sheriff’s.

Yesterday, Black Sherif made headlines across the country when they released their debut studio album, The Villain I Never Was.

Artist manager Bulldog opined that Blacko’s album would be better than the long-awaited Sarkody and Shatta Wale albums.

Hw said while speaking on Hitz FM’s Day Break Hitz:

“Woke up this morning and wow, this October is a big month with 3 artists releasing. Black Sherif just came out, Sarkody coming out in a few days and then Shatta. , off the top of my head, said the Black Sheriff would do better than them all,” Bulldog said on the show.

On why he thinks Blacko’s album is better than any other, Bulldog said:

“Looking at the numbers, Black Sheriff has a label. Shatta is trying to compete with Empire (Black Sherif’s record label). Sarkody is also looking to compete. Empire is a subsidiary of all Warners, They don’t have the power, in terms of reach Bracco will do better unless a miracle happens, but you can see that the music is being changed in the system… they can’t do this alone. Instead, reach matters.”

In response to Bulldog’s comments, Shatta Wale said in a Facebook post that he doesn’t care if Blacko’s album is better than his.

“If Bracco’s album does better than us, umm, we like and listen…in the end Ghana wins…stupid people…it’s all about the money – you gotta do something too Find out and stop the nonsense.. start making money your way!!” he shared on Facebook.

By the way, SM fans are eagerly awaiting boss Shatta Wale’s long-awaited album, due out on her October 17th birthday.

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