I asked God not to shame me – Shatta Wale reveals ‘Black Sherif’ inspired ‘On God’ song

I asked God not to shame me - Shatta Wale reveals Black Sherif 'comparison' inspired 'On God' song
Shatta Wale

Ghanaian Dancehall artist Shatta Wale has disclosed that people comparing Black Sherif to himself motivated him to write and record his single, ‘On God’. He told Giovani Caleb on Showbiz 360 that he had to do something, or his enemies would have won.

Shatta Wale said he challenged God to save his face and prove his enemies wrong. After this short prayer, the song, ‘On God’, trending since its release, was dropped into his soul.

Shatta Wale said, “As I was in America, people were comparing me to a whole lot of people and stuff like that. For instance, when Black Sherif just dropped his single, everybody started saying a whole lot of things. So I was like, God, you can’t let these people get us like that. Let’s do something.”

Talking about the music process, Shatta Wale disclosed that it took 45 minutes to record the whole song. He revealed Jupiter encouraged him to put it out and even help shoot the video.

“So within like 45 minutes, I played the beats and recorded everything. And I went to sleep. Then I sent it to Jupiter.”

According to Shatta Wale, people should expect the unexpected from the Gift of God (GOG) album.

“The album is officially ready, and we’ll be dropping the first single on the 17th,” Shatta concluded.

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