Shatta Wale’s album on Billboard Chart was a scam – Kwaw Kese

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Shatta Wale’s album on Billboard Chart was a scam – Kwaw KeseGhanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese, has called dancehall act Shatta Wale in a latest interview a scam.

Shatta Wale who released his Reign album a few weeks ago was recently spotted on Billboard world music chart  where he placed 6th on October 24th, but to the surprise of many, the album which was making sales in the US spent less than a week on the world chart and that has triggered the ‘mad-man’ Kwaw Kese to call him a scam.

Born Emmanuel Botway, the leader of Mad Time Entertainment Kwaw Kese believes Shatta Wale’s appearance on Billboard chart for a few hours only proves how fake he has been as an artist.

“He came on Billboard for a few hours and he’s no more, isn’t this a scam?” he quizzed.

“I have seen people like Drake who continuously spend weeks and months on Billboard so Shatta Wale priding himself with this scandalous achievement is no big news”.

“He can work hard”

“To me, when we say Billboard, it’s the top 200 chart. Anything below that doesn’t need unnecessary hype to prove anything,” Kwaw Kese adds.

Although Kwaw Kese is not so happy with the ways of Shatta Wale, he acknowledges Shatta Wale being on billboard saying, “it’s nice to at least see his work on billboard but it should have stayed for more than 24hrs and not just for a few hours.”

Kwaw Kese was speaking in an interview with GhOne Television’s Regina Van Helvert.

The Billboard chart ranks the top songs of the week based on sales, radio airplay, and streaming activity but Shatta Wale dropped from the Billboard Charts after a week of entry.


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