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American Singer T-Pain Copies Shatta Wale’s Gringo Video? Watch And Tell Us What You Think – Pinax News

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Shatta Wale’s Gringo video undoubtedly set the guidelines of what inventiveness and great music in Ghana resembles. Shatta collaborated with an unbelievable music maker to give us a club banger that won’t lease the wireless transmissions for a long time.

The great creation and the ballroom musicality is an impression of the sort of tunes that fans love to hear from Shatta Wale’s most recent melodies and not to fail to remember his exemplary hits. Wale’s melodies keep on hardening him as a commonly recognized name in Ghana. In any case, the ”Gringo” video lifts him as an artist who can stand his ground against International standards.

Shatta Wale teased his fans with a bit of the Gringo video on his online media page just to keep his die-hard fans in suspense.

By adhering to a particular sort, you would anticipate that Shatta Wale songs should become dull. Yet, the melody keeps on getting a charge out of gigantic airplay on Ghanaian radio broadcasts as well as TV music stations outside the nation including MTVBase. The ”Gringo” video went ahead to win numerous awards due to its quality and context.

Well, a video chanced on by Pinaxnews.com indicates that American singer Faheem Rasheed Najm prevalently known as T-Pain has allegedly and sort of taken inspiration from Shatta Wale’s Gringo music video. The video titled ”I Like Dat” was premiered on June 24, 2021 with some resemblance from the ”Gringo” music video.

Some social media commentators after watching T-Pain’s video came to the conclusion that he took the inspiration from Shatta Wale’s Gringo music video. This goes a long way to tell that Shatta Wale did a great job.

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