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“Aside From Daddy Lumba, No Ghanaian Artist Has Hit Songs Like Shatta Wale”-SM Fan Says

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Before the emergence of Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Samini, and Stonebwoy, the Ghanaian music industry was being ruled by legends like Daddy Lumba, Nana Acheampong, Amakye Dede, and others.

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Some will say the old school made a maximum impact with their crafts and managed to promote the Ghanaian culture through their crafts.

One who seems to be very relevant despite the fact that he has been missing in action due to old age or perhaps his early retirement from music is Daddy Lumba.

The other half of the Lumba Brothers has almost all his songs still being enjoyed by many Ghanaians as many cannot list prominent musicians without mentioning his name.


With songs like “Woho Kyere”, “Aben Wo Ha”, “Akoma Da Akoma So”, “Enko Ben”, B Power among others, Daddy Lumba now known as DL has won the hearts of Ghanaians.

On the other hand, one of the most controversial dancehall acts in Ghana, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., well known as Shatta Wale has also been one of the most prominent artists in the industry for the last 15 years.

Mysteriously disappearing from the music scene about 15 years ago as Bandana and coming back as Shatta Wale, the self-acclaimed king has maintained his relevancy for so many years.

With his many hit songs, Shatta Wale has managed to be among the few musicians from Ghana to gain international recognition.

It is at the back of this that a netizen has stated that aside from Daddy Lumba, no other Ghanaian artist has hit songs other than Shatta Wale.


Taking to his Twitter, the SM fan with the account name Kojo Bankz wrote; Ghana ankasa aside Daddy Lumba, no artiste get hit songs pass Shatta Wale…

See the tweet below:

Source: Ghgossip.com

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