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President, Nana Akufo-Addo has congratulated, Dancehall Artist, Shatta Wale on his collaboration with Beyoncé.

This comes after Beyoncé released the official music video of the ‘Already’ song which featured Shatta Wale, a part of Beyoncé’s ‘Black is King’ musical film.

In a Twitter post sighted by ABC News the President Akufo-Addo hailed Shatta for his efforts.

“@shattawalegh, you do all!!! #KingAlready #BlackIsKing,” the president wrote.

In reaction to the president’s tweet, Shatta Wale expressed gratitude for the gesture.

“Nana wuy3 guy wati, you do all too Infact this your tweet dierrrr am keeping it for “4 more years ” Pah pah pah pah God bless our home land #GHANA #Already #SM #Reign #Allout2020“, Shatta added.

Read full post below,

‘Black is King’ is a visual album, produced, written and directed by American music-star Beyoncé. It is a companion to the 2019 album “The Lion King: The Gift” aimed at promoting the African heritage.

SourceABC News

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