Shatta Wale Explains Why he Didn’t Use His Slogan “Pahpahpah” In Beyonce’s Album

Reigning Reggae & dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has explained why he didn’t mention his name and his famous slogan in every song he does dub “Pahpahpahpah” in Beyonce’s album “The lion Gift”.

Patrons on their various social media handle after listening to Beyonce, Shatta Wale & Major Lazer collaboration were not satisfied with Shatta’s verse on the song.

Many were of the view that “Shatta Wale verse without his name or pah pah pah…” is incomplete but the Reign album artiste on Zylofon FM affirmed that this project was a topnotch project.

Speaking on Sammy Flex flagship morning show program “Showbiz Agenda” Charles Nii Armah Mensh averred that when it comes to a topnotch project one must be serious with it.

According to him, after recording his verse and sent it to Beyonce’s management he never had the opportunity to listen to the final product until the album was released officially.

He added that fans complaining shouldn’t worry but assuming he [ Shatta Wale] and Beyonce were in the studio recording he could’ve fused in his name and the famous slogan “Pah pah….” .

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