Shatta Wale Writes To Kaakie; ‘Forgive Me’
Self acclaimed ‘Dancehall King’ in the Ghanaian music industry, Bandana, popularly known as Shatta Wale has rendered an official apology to fellow dancehall artiste Kaakie for using ‘irresponsible words’ against her.
Since he verbally accused the ‘Too Much’ hit maker at this year’s edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), Bandana has been apologising to Kaakie for his actions against her.
Shatta Wale even went down on his knees to plead with his fans and Kaakie herself during his show-stopping performance at the nominees jam during the just ended Bass Awards.
Bandana has again rendered an apology, this time with a track titled Letter to Kaakie.
“Dear Kaakie I write this for you. The other day I was thinking of you. I know I was wrong so I’m reaching for you. Like the ancient days, I’m kneeling on the ground, so find a place in your heart girl. You and I must be tight pals. From the Dancehall teacher to the Dancehall lever. Me just want you to know say me don’t hate you,” a line in Bandana’s ‘Letter to Kaakie’ track stated.
Bandana’s new single was released on social platform Twitter.com on Tuesday and has since received over 3,000 downloads from both the Shatta Movement Crew and other dancehall lovers across the world.
With his current rise in fame, popularity and spectacular stage performances, it is believed that Shatta Wale will concentrate more on his music career.
Credit: News One