Charles Nii Armah Junior known to be shattawale as his stage name has surprised fans with his rapping talent. Wonderful, so Shattawale can Rap? This caused a lot of Social Media stirs. How is it possible for Shattawale to rap? Huh
The Gringo hit maker in his life time chosing to sing as a dancehall artist has surprised his fans as he shares some rap freestyle to his fans in a video sighted on Social Media while Amerado one of the Ghanaian top rappers who is always on the wheel posted on his Twitter page.
In the video, the Dancehall artist, Shattawale was seen with Amerado as they rap together.
Fantastic. You won't believe that shattawale was able to give out the best of him and both of the two deserve the credit.
Actually the rap goes like; Amerado explains everything Shattawale says as Shattawale wale speaks his patios language while he raps in accordance.
The rap was funny to the extent that even Shattawale and Amerado themselves ended up laughing.
Shattawale having time with Amerado was so fantastic and exciting to Amerado this caused him to share this video on his Twitter page
Fans Seeing This Reacted To It massively praising both Shattawale and Amerado for such a wonderful freestyle performance.
Check out screenshots of what some fans said about this video:
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