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Worlasi Clears Air On Arrogant Tag

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Worlasi Clears Air On Arrogant Tag

Ghanaian musician Worlasi, has replied critics who called him arrogant.

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According to the “Comot” hitmaker, he likes to stay in his lane and mind his own business. He told Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz that the people do not seem to accept his temperament but intends he is arrogant. “I think people always want to do what they want and when you don’t do it you are disrespectful but when you start kissing he is a respectful guy.

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I believe Shatta Wale is very respectful even though l was younger than him he was very respectful towards me. When you choose what you want and stick with your beliefs people don’t like it because you are not doing what they want, you are not smoking, drinking and partying with them you are disrespectful”. Worlasi also acknowledged the support he is getting from some of colleagues in the industry, the likes of Edem, Manifest, EL, Efya, Dkb, Comedian Warris and the media as well. 

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Black Sherif reveals why his songs are mostly centered on hardships

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Buddy musician, Black Sherif, has revealed most of his songs are mostly inspired by his childhood. 

His songs are mostly centered on hardships of the youth and it was no surprise when he revealed to Merqury Quaye on DayBreak Hitz this morning that some of these songs are from things he has experienced. 

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“I liberated this music industry. This they must know” – Shatta Wale says

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Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has revealed that he is the saviour of Ghana  Music Industry. 

Sharing the news on his Snapchat, the “Melissa” hitmaker stated that, he liberated the music industry and its something everyone must know and admit. Some people have also questioned what he did to save the music industry but time will definitely tell. 

However, the dancehall star have been calling for a change and unity in the music industry. Some of the few things he campaigned for are; to pay artistes well for their performances at events, royalties for musicians and others. May be this is why he feels he’s the saviour of the music industry. “I liberated this music industry. This they must know”, he wrote on Snapchat.

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