“Shatta Wale & Stonebwoy’s beef made us listen to dancehall dancehall in Ghana but two people cannot get dancehall out there” – Zeal Nana Kweku Bliss

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Ghanaian media personality and host of Class Xtra Zeal Nana Kweku Bliss, believes that the beef between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy has actually helped promote dancehall music in Ghana. However, he also expresses the importance of acknowledging that only two individuals cannot solely represent the entire dancehall genre in the country.

Zeal suggested that there are other talented artistes in Ghana who should also be recognized and given a platform to showcase their dancehall music. He emphasizes that dancehall is a vibrant genre with a wide range of artistes contributing to its growth.

The feud between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy, both popular dancehall artistes in Ghana, garnered a lot of attention and media coverage. This increased exposure has led to a surge in interest and listenership for dancehall music in the country. Many people who were not previously familiar with the genre have now started listening to it.

“I understand that the beef between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy has brought attention to dancehall music in Ghana. However, only these two artistes cannot solely represent the entire dancehall genre in the country, he said on the show.

While acknowledging the impact of these artistes, Zeal also emphasizes that dancehall music is a collective effort. There are numerous talented dancehall artistes in Ghana who have been contributing to the genre long before the beef between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy. It is essential to recognize the broader community of artistes who have been promoting dancehall music in the country.

Zeal believes that the beef between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy has shed light on dancehall music in Ghana, but it is crucial to remember that the genre cannot be solely attributed to just two individuals.

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