Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy isn’t enthused by the attempt of fellow Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale to downplay the importance of he (Stonebwoy) featuring in the fourth season of Coke Studio Africa.
The ‘People Dey’ act wants the ‘Kakai’ hit maker to “shut up” because no one other than the two parties (artiste and Coca Cola) involved know the specific details of the contract.
“Nobody knows the contractual agreement that went on between us and Coca Cola apart from the two parties because we have a non disclosure clause in the contract where you keep it to yourself,” he told Joy News in an recent interview.
“He doesn’t know what went on amongst the names of those who were paid a certain amount, no he doesn’t. He should shut up about it and concentrate on his and defend himself with all whatever he wants to.”
He also added that he is not surprised by the stunts of Shatta Wale, but thought it was necessary to state the facts.
“I”m long gone over that one and we doing different different things so I cant be bothered but I can only clear the air and make the facts known.”
Watch interview below.
In a recent interview with Pluzz FM, Shatta Wale claimed he decided to not be a part of the series because he wasn’t paid what he asked for, and that the Ghanaian acts who agreed to be a part of the show were probably paid peanuts.
Coke Studio Africa
Coke Studio Africa brings together artistes from different genres, eras and countries on the continent to create a modern and authentic sound through music Mash Up.
The features for this season include Ghanaian artistes, Efya, Stonebwoy, E.L and Feli Nuna.
Grammy Nominated R&B act, Trey Songz will also join Ethiopian Haile Rootz (Ethiopia), Eddy Kenzo (Uganda), Chameleone (Uganda), Waje (Nigeria), AKA (South Africa), Patoranking (Nigeria) and Flavour (Nigeria) for the musical collaborations.