According to, dancehall musician Charles Nii Armah, better known in entertainment as ‘Shatta Wale,’ has stated for the first time that he has postponed the release of his GOG album because American singers Rihanna and Beyoncé have yet to finish their lyrics on a collaboration with them.

Shatta Wale stated on Kumasi-based Pure FM with self-styled Millionaire, Oliver Khan aka ‘Ship Dealer,’ which was monitored by, that he would have had difficulty releasing his album if it wasn’t for ‘Ship Dealer.’

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“This is the first time I’ve spoken to a media outlet since my release from prison, and I’ve resolved to refrain from giving any radio interviews for the time being, but I couldn’t resist not answering the phone because of Oliver Khan, my boss.” He was the first to lend me money to help me produce my debut CD.

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I haven’t told anyone, but Rihanna and Beyoncé haven’t finished their verses on some of the two songs I featured, which is why my GOG album has been delayed. I’ll hopefully release the album once they’re finished.” On Pure FM, Shatta Wale declared.

Watch the interview below:

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