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Bulldog Leaks Tracklist Of Shatta Wale’s GOG Album

The ongoing war between Artiste manager, Nana Asiamah popularly known as Bulldog, and Dancehall musician Shatta Wale has taken a different turn as the former reveals major keys about the latter’s album.


In a new response to Shatta Wale on their ongoing “beef,” Bulldog has stated that Shatta Wale is afraid to release his much anticipated “Gift of God” album.

“Insulting me won’t make you top charts around the world and will not earn you headline spots on events as well. Your album will. Kindly release it for your fulfilment and our enjoyment,” Bulldog wrote on Facebook in response to Shatta Wale.

Bulldog, who worked in the capacity as Shatta Wale’s Manager for years before their bitter split revealed some major features on the album.

“Since you’re afraid to release the album — let me share a partial track-list to our SM fans.
1. Shatta Wale ft. John Legend (collaboration enabled by your handler in the USA — Lesley of Fantasy Entertainment)

2. Shatta Wale ft. Popcaan
(collaboration enabled by your Godfather and Brands Manager — Deportee)
3. Shatta Wale ft. Vybz Kartel
4. Shatta Wale ft. Naira Marley
5. Shatta Wale ft. Stefflon Don

Bulldog did not stop there, he also advised Shatta Wale to humble himself and ask for a feature from Black Sherif.

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“Please call Baba Sadiq now, humble yourself before him, plead with him to lead you to Blacko and beg for a collabo — that’s the only collaboration the world will love to hear on the GOG album. Imagine: Shatta Wale x Blacko ,” he added.


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