Award winning Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale is trending on social media for all the right reasons.
His shocking feature with Beyonce has gone viral with social media lovers reacting to the pleasant news.
To share his excitement, his colleagues have taken to their various pages to congratulate him.
Rapper M.anifest who was one of the first musicians to congratulate the ‘Gringo’ hitmaker wrote: “Shatta Wale & Beyonce on a track. We never hesperdedit. Congrats guy
His former industry sworn rival, Stonebwoy also took to Twitter page to celebrate his ‘brother’ for chalking a major feat in his career.
“Congrats On This One.. Chaiiii Ghana Let’s Not Sleep On This One
@shattawalegh features On @thelionking Track List. As The Only Ghanaian Out of 10000 Nigerians #DemDead #Ghana2TheWo #PaaPaa another One for the Genre #AfroDancehallReggae #Bhi
2019 VGMA ‘Artiste of the Decade’, Sarkodie was also not left out of the congratulatory pool.
Sakodie who welcomed Beyonce ‘home’ also congratulated other African artistes on the album.
“Welcome home Queen
@Beyonce officially. Big shouts @shattawalegh!!! And all our brothers and sisters on there … Big One for the culture,” Sarkodie tweeted
One of the leading pioneers of the dancehall genre in Ghana, Samini also celebrated Shatta Wale for putting Ghana on the map.
” This is huge man … congrats guys and most importantly to man like
@shattawalegh for putting #gh on the map chale this is all the way up my Gee …. pah pah pah pah #akyesaaaaaaaaa,”
Actress Juliet Ibrahim also congratulated Shatta Wale, Guilty Beats who produced 3 songs on the album and Yemi Alade.
“See this moment right here?!!!! Omg!!! Beyoncé and @yemialade my babygirl you’re gonna go places, the world hasn’t seen anything yet! #teampisces you’re a born star! Keep on shining my sister. @guiltybeatz you hv always been super supportive of people and I know how talented you are, I can’t wait to hear you make a mad beat for Beyoncé! @shattawalenima super proud of you dear ! I can’t wait to listen to this album,” She captioned a video
The 14 song new album by Beyonce, “The Lion King: The gift” also features five Nigerian artistes, Mr Eazi, Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage, Burna Boy and Wizkid and a Cameroonian and two South Africans.