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Samini rocks 'Loud in GH' after Shatta Wale refused to leave stage

loudThe aging grudge between Ghana’s top dancehall artistes, Bandana aka Shatta Wale and Samini was again felt at the Loud In GH concert organized by Yfm at the Accra Sports Stadium.The Concert which headlined top dancehall artistes in the country had Samini and Shatta Wale on the bill, but to the surprise of many, Shatta Wale refused to stop performing after he had performed close to 30 songs knowing Samini was next to perform. Several times he was signaled to end his performance but he chose to caution the organizers to allow him do his job which is to entertain his fans while the crowd kept on chanting his name. He was allowed to perform and he never stopped. His attitude compelled the organizers to pull the plug on the PA system which Shatta Wale regardless kept on performing to the chant of his fans for some minutes before he gave up the stage. The audience started leaving after Shatta Wale left the stage at around 0345 GMT thinking the show was over. As soon as Samini was introduced, many of the people who had left started returning to the stadium wondering what had just happened. About half the audience had left and Samini ignited a huge cheer from those present when he insisted on performing to those who are ready to be entertained even if it would last till sunrise. He delivered a great performance to the satisfaction of his fans despite the unnecessary delay he had to encounter.The concert had performances from eight underground dancehall artistes with Kaakie, Natural Face, Jupiter, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and Samini entertaining the crowd that had filled a quarter of the stadium stands. Source: Ismail Akwei-GhanaWeb]]>

Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.



  1. benjj

    December 27, 2013 at 4:43 am

    ameyaw u should get ur facts right..I like reading from your blog but u got this very wrong…i was there and no one wanted to return see samini perform coz almost all the fans came for shatta wale….im not being bais like u..#please we need the truth..u dont hate on someone,coz from ur looks u love samini even more than ur parents.

  2. Marc

    December 27, 2013 at 6:29 pm

    This report is not accurate. People left and continued to leave after samini was introduced. Samini is a great performer but we went there to listen to Shatta

  3. Dobia

    December 28, 2013 at 8:06 am

    Blogs are not created to publish lies or something that is not true, so master please next time try and say the right thing for the people.We are still waiting for more updates.Thank you.

  4. De fokn street db

    December 28, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    If we talk say Samini dey get media hype some pussy hole no dey understand. What Samini did was tu dance alkaida under dancehall show. Perform hip life shit. He is a disgrace to dancehall music in Ghana

  5. shani suhununu

    March 25, 2014 at 6:56 pm

    shatta wale is more than excellent

  6. shani suhununu

    March 25, 2014 at 7:03 pm

    dude lets speak de truth,shatta wale is more than excellent

  7. mennelz

    December 22, 2014 at 9:50 pm

    ur moders u menners weney artist wey dem dey hype am be shatta wey he go to aa be dey falo samini ei matters make be get concentratn for gh people u dey talk aa u dey call shatta
    ei name Samini go play show internationally aa be dey claim stage performance award u kraa adey biz u ooo go biz shatta say y be delay coz ei nor say samini cam aa be go mash up e place,samini performed wit live band bt he mush up e stage at s concert HGF me say go biz e organizers dem go talk u say samini was e hero dat nyt n we nor say he start dey do dix tri titi,akye saaa nxt tym u nor no somtin aaa make u mor comment

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