African dancehall artist Charles nii armah mensah, popularly known as shatta wale few hours ago just hint on releasing an extended playlist which he claims is for the people to quench their thirst the tracklist for the EP is not out yet but the artwork for the EP is out.
The extended playlist is title the truth which I believe he wants to address the current issues going on in the media, there have been a lot of issues about him not working hard enough which I believe he intend to address using this extended playlist.
Well I wish the EP gets the recognition he wants and people should hear it for what it is and not what it is not shatta wale as usual is a controversial artist. we all know that already he always have surprises for us. His next studio album which is called the "gift of God" will be released on the 17th of October which we all anticipate.
I guess we will just enjoy this one for the meantime, follow me for more updates thank you.
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