Top Jamaican dancehall/reggae artiste Christopher Martin reveals popular songs inside Jamaica and it’s not Stonebwoy’s song. [Watch Video Below
Multiple award-winning Jamaican artiste Christopher Martin has revealed that the biggest Ghanaian music to have ever hit the Jamaican airwaves belongs to Shatta Wale.
This revelation comes as an unpleasant surprise to Stonebwoy fans who always perceived the BHiM Nation leader as the biggest Ghanaian export to the Caribbean nation due to his frequent visit to the Island.
Martin, 32, and a friend of Stonebwoy, according to him, revealed in an interview with VIBES IN 5 that though Stonebwoy has forked out a degree of popularity in Jamaica due to his perennial visit of the country but Shatta Wale’s song the biggest Ghanaian music to have ever dominated the airwaves in Jamaica.
“Stonebwoy [penetrates a lot]. You hear a lot more Stonebwoy songs. But, there was a Shatta Wale song that was very popular in Jamaica. Very very popular. It was a bad bad song. Wicked song,” He told Arnold M. Elavanyo in the interview.
The ‘Take My Wings’ musician who bears a Ghanaian middle name, OTENG, also shed some light on his knowledge of Ghanaian music saying he listens to Stonebwoy a lot because he’s his friend, Shatta Wale and Samini.
The reggae/dancehall artiste performed in Ghana at a concert on Saturday, April 6 at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra.
Dubbed ‘Christopher Martin Live In Ghana’, the concert was organised by Rockerz Africa with support from the Ghana Jamaica Music Culture Fest.
The Jamaican artiste, who performed in Ghana for the first time, delivered more than one hour non-stop performance to entertain his fans in Ghana.
Maame Dede, Writer, ghtrendinglinks