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I’ve never heard Shatta Wale sing before, he only talks – Stephanie Benson

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t looks like Ghanaian sensational singer, Stephanie Benson has finally declared she will pick Samini over self-acclaimed Dancehall King Shatta Wale any day.

The singer who just released her new track titled “One More” with Samini is on radio and TV tour to promote her song. She made a stop at Atinka TV yesterday and made her views about Shatta Wale known by her fans.

Asked by the host which other artists she will like to collaborate with beside Samini, Stephanie Benson revealed she will love to work with Becca, Mzvee and few others in the future.

Asked if she will like to work with Shatta Wale one day, the old s3xy singer responded that she won’t call Shatta Wale for a collaboration but won’t refuse if Shatta Wale calls her for a collaboration.

She further explained they are two different people, so she won’t consider calling Shatta for a song.

The confused host asked Stephanie why she won’t want to work with Shatta Wale but works with Samini who is also a Dancehall artist, Stephanie responded that Samini has the voice and can also sing.

No attempt by the host who even sung Shatta Wale’s “Taking Over” to prove Shatta Wale can sing could convince Stephanie Benson.

Knowing Shatta Wale for the no nonsense that he is, he will definitely respond when he returns from the Ghana Meets Naija UK which was held last night



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