Shatta Wale and Kuame Eugene gets featured on Medikal's Amazing Grace EP as he drops 5 tracklist
By PoliticalNewsRoom | self meida writer
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Ghanaian popular rapper and hip-hop artist AMG Medikal has release the tracklist of his much anticipated Amazing Grace album which is set to drop in March.
The list contains sing titles such as "the target", "spicy" "the professor", "El Chairmano", and "Oseyie". The EP however, only have two Ghanaian artist who have been featured, and they are indisputably the artists everyone would love to out in his album.
Kuame Eugene has been featured in the "Oseyie" while Shatta Wale, a close paddy to Medikal has also been featured in the "El Chairmano".
Taking to his official Twitter handle @ AmgMedikal with two photos he captioned: A M A Z I N G G R A C E ep COMING SOON 🕊." https://t.co/YU5pwWT0Bw
Well, his fans are anticipating the best of bangers from their Chairmano and have since react positively to the post. With most of them expressing their interest in the one that features Shatta Wale.
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