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READ: The Magic Behind Shatta wale’s 107 songs in 2016

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My attention was drawn to a post dominating the timelines of most Gh music lovers on Social media with staggering tall lists of songs released by the Ice Cream Shop hitmaker, Shatta, the Champion Wale.
According to the list, Wale has released a mammoth 107 tracks in 2016. Being a follower of the Movement, I was very pleased to be associated with such an otherworldly stride.
However, my knowledge as far as Shatta's releases are concerned forbade me from accepting the claims of the list hook, line and sinker. Thus, I began analysing the list and subjected it to the Shatta 2016 folder I had created on my Pentium M desktop prior to the commencement of 2016 musical year.
I found at that:
1. Some of the songs captured as 2016 releases were actually released at the tail end of 2015. Such songs are: ‘Fuufuukwa', ‘Gi Mi' and ‘My Star Sign'.
2. ‘Am Da One' is an earlier year release, perhaps, 2012. The Dancehall Messiah just reposted that track this year.
3. Others too like ‘Road Sign' and ‘Tornado' are yet to be released by the unmatchable African Dancehall King.
4. The list also features ‘Finished', a song with over 100% presence of Wale but owned by DJ Manni.
5. Most Shatta Movement fans believe in numbers, hence, the tagging of over 100 tracks to his credit, with more than a godly assurance that their boss can deliver.
As a result of my earnest findings,I would state on record that, has released 93 solid songs with close to 20 hits (my next publication will reveal that). Reaching and perhaps, extending the 100 track mark isn't a feat Wale finds so ‘goliathing' and militating.
Having overachieved such a mark in times past, I think Wale is still in the business of feeding fans with multiple hits and good songs. It will be too early to draw curtains on any statistics so far as the year is not over yet. We all know what Wale, the Champion can do- he can release in a day what many can do in a decade. So let's keep our fingers crossed and support the movement in diverse ways.
Remember, 93 songs (not mere mixtapes) in a year is a already a mountain of achievement, none else in the world has done or can do. It's rather unfortunate that the world has been kept in the dark regarding the wonders of Wale. Meanwhile, there are media men in Ghana. See you in my next writeup.
Chaaaampiooon——SM4LYF
Written By A Certain Nii

Samuel Amadotor, known professionally as D.Klass GH is Multiple Award Winning Ghanaian Blogger, Music Promoter, Publicist, Pharmacy Technician by Profession and the Founder of Dklassgh.Com. He has an interest in promoting Up and coming artists and has a keen interest in showcasing the talents in Volta Region. His blogging covers international artists and has affiliates around Africa to boost his reach to the targeted audience. Get In Touch if you need my service | Email: [email protected]| Call/whatsapp: 0241 444 116 Or connect with me across social media handles, @Dklassgh

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Jah Cure shares Official Video for New Single ‘How Can I Explain

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Just two weeks after the official release of the ten track Natural Vibes Riddim compilation produced by Reggae Vibes Music, Jamaican Reggae artist has another surprise for his fans.

The music video for his latest single titled “How Can I Explain” is now available on 's official Vevo channel.

Jah Cure's new single is a perfect treat for Reggae lovers who are looking for something fresh and unique to add to their playlists.

Stream the single at: https://onerpm.link/HowCanIExplain

Jah Cure is currently serving a six-year sentence for an altercation with a music promoter in Amsterdam on October 1, 2021. The singer was mentored by Beres Hammond who can be credited for his earlier success.

Please watch the music video for “How Can I Explain,” which is already available on all digital streaming services. Leave comment, Like and share it with fellow Reggae fans.

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Goshen Community School celebrates Yellow Day ( PHOTOS + VIDEO)

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Goshen Community School, based in Tse Addo, behind Trade fair, in the La Dadekotopon Municipal, recently lit up with vibrant hues as it celebrated Yellow Day.

The occasion, organized by the Preschool department, aimed to introduce young learners to the origin and significance of the color yellow.

Dressed in cheerful yellow attire, both teachers and students adorned the school premises, creating a picturesque scene reminiscent of a sunlit morning. The event was more than just a visual spectacle; it was an opportunity for interactive learning and exploration.

Throughout the day, preschoolers engaged in various activities centered around the color yellow. From informative talks to creative art projects and lively face painting sessions, every moment was designed to captivate young minds and foster a deeper understanding of the significance of colors in our world.

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Speaking about the event, the Head of the Preschool emphasized the importance of modern educational approaches that encourage students to explore and discover knowledge for themselves. Gone are the days of passive learning; instead, today’s education thrives on hands-on experiences that make learning both fun and exciting.

As the Yellow Day festivities concluded, it left behind not only colorful memories but also a lasting impression on the preschoolers, instilling in them a newfound appreciation for the world of colors and the joy of learning.

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Ghana’s parliament finally passes Anti-LGBT+ Law

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Ghana’s parliament finally passes Anti-LGBT+ Law

's Parliament has unanimously passed a new law criminalizing activities related to the LGBTQ+ community.

After nearly three years of extensive deliberation, Ghanaian Legislators have finally passed a tough new bill that imposes a prison sentence of up to three years for anyone convicted of identifying as LGBTQ+. It also imposes a maximum five-year jail term for forming or funding LGBTQ+ groups.

The bill, which has been widely condemned by several rights activists, was approved unanimously on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 following the completion of the third reading.

Proposed amendments to the bill were rejected by the Speaker, Alban Bagbin, during the session. The bill, which had the backing of 's two major political parties, i.e. the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) will come into effect only if President Nana Akufo-Addo signs it into law.

He had previously said that he would do so if the majority of Ghanaians want him to.

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