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Patapaa explains how Shatta Wale stole ‘paah paah paah’ from his name


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Patapaa explains how Shatta Wale stole ‘paah paah paah’ from his name

Hiplife musician, Patapaa Amisty, has given a comprehensive break down of how Shatta Wale came about with his new signature term “Paah Paah Paah“.

The head honcho of the Shatta Movement Empire somewhere last year introduced the Paah Paah Paah term and ever since has become the chant of his fans and followers.

It has also sparked controversy as his arch-rivals Samini and Stonebwoy have had something fascinating to say about it . Samini has claimed ownership of the term saying he used it previously in one of his songs. On the other hand, Stonebwoy attributed it to one Jamaican artiste, ioctane.

But according to the leader of the Pa2pa Soldjas the term originated from his name after he released his smash hit song ‘Skopatumana’ which seized the trending spots on social media for several weeks.

Speaking in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay 101.7FM, he said the “Ayoo” hitmaker has publicly admitted that he likes the kind of music he does and he (Patapaa) has realized Ghanaians like senseless songs and that’s why he produces such songs.

Justice “Patapaa” Amoah added that Shatta Wale has made it public that he often takes inspirations from his songs and that made him record his award-winning song “Freedom”.

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