Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, has eulogized the six-year-old girl, Shatta Berry who can sing most of his songs.
According to Shatta, he isn’t surprised some people think Berry is his daughter because she is highly talented.
Shatta praised her on Adom FM‘s Work and Happiness show on Tuesday when Shatta Berry was seated for an interview.
The six-year-old has been interacting with the dancehall champion and was even featured in his ‘My Level’ music video.
Shatta asked Berry to keep up the good work and promised to mentor her as time catches up.
It is unclear if they will both jump on a song together since Shatta Movement fans have already commenced a campaign to make it happen.
“You see what you are doing? Keep up. You know everyone thinks you are my daughter. Should I come and adopt you? Before I started this SM movement. I told God I wanted to do songs that will get to everyone. I told myself God has answered my prayers. The first time I saw her I started posting her videos and we have been very close. She was in ‘My Level’ video.
“This are the future generations and people should work with them very well. God should bless his dad Dada Boat for giving her my songs,” Shatta Wale said to host of the show, Black I.
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