Shatta Wale is indeed putting Ghana name on the world map. He’s currently the most talked about artiste in Ghana and its spreading so fast across Africa and the world.
His participation in the Tropical House Cruises To Jamaica, Reggae Collector’s Edition has justly enhanced the album’s feat, this clearly has confirmed that, he’s indeed Ghana biggest export in the music industry bringing this honour to the Ghana Music Fraternity.
Minister of Tourism Ed Bartlett of Jamaica has showered praises on Contractor Production and his crew for making this album a successful and magnificent one by connecting Jamaica and Ghana through this efficacious Album – Ghtrendinglinks.com.
Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism in a video stated this “This is an excellent link between Jamaica and Mother Ghana (Africa). The soul of Jamaica is reggae, and so connecting Ghana with Jamaica through reggae is to unite our souls!”… Ghtrendinglinks.com
Director of Contractor Music Group Sean ‘Contractor’ Edwards, who is also the project’s executive producer, was bursting with excitement as he shared the successes of what he calls a history-making album. “We debuted at No.1 in Ghana in all genres. They have 30 million people there and that’s were Shatta Wale originates. King Lagazee, the top reggae DJ in Ghana says that this is a first time that a reggae album is topping iTunes Ghana,” a very satisfied Edwards said.
Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica: The Reggae Collector’s Edition has been enjoying major chart success since its official release last Friday. The compilation album, headlined by ‘King of African Dancehall’ Shatta Wale, and which features other big names such as Capleton, Beenie Man, Sizzla, Tommy Lee Sparta, Wayne Wonder and Don Yute, debuted on charts in Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States and Qatar – The Gardiner, Jamaica.