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Beyoncé To Benefit The Most For Featuring Shatta Wale – Fuse ODG   
 
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18-Jul-2019  
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Award-winning UK-based Ghanaian artiste, Fuse ODG, says American R&B singer Beyoncé stands to benefit the most for featuring self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale, on her latest album.

Shatta Wale was featured on ‘Already’, one of the songs on Beyoncé’s latest album: ‘The Lion King: The Gift’.

He is the only Ghanaian to grab that rare opportunity and one of the other African artistes who have been featured on the album.

The July 16 announcement of the collaboration between the controversial Ghanaian musician and Beyoncé has got Ghanaians talking with some musicians and music lovers congratulating Shatta Wale.

Speaking on 3FM Wednesday on the development, the Azonto hit maker said the feature provides an opportunity for the American singer to make a mark in Africa.

“I think Beyoncé benefits the most from obviously Africa certifying her, because there is nobody cooler than Africans right now. So Beyoncé actually being a part of this soundtrack to me, it benefits her a lot greater. She’s getting certification from real African people.

“Definitely we should be helping Beyoncé, and of course helping each other in terms of the platforms that she has, but in terms of legitimacy for African music…Remember Lion King is set in Africa.

“So really, it should have really been hosted by an African artiste, but I think having Beyoncé on board, of course, she has a crazy reach and all the African artistes involved should give her the certification she needs.

Fuse ODG also said with Ghana being a preferred holiday destination in Africa, it shoud not come as a surprise should Beyoncé visit the country soon.

“I wouldn’t be surprised to see Beyoncé in Ghana enjoying herself because Ghana is the hottest thing right now, and of course in Ghana Shatta Wale is our legend and to me it makes sense and I hundred per cent support it.”
 
 
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