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Shatta Wale "Time No Dey" (Youtube)

Listen to Shatta Wale's New Single 'Time No Dey'

The self-described 'King of African Dancehall' comes through with a new single and music video for "Time No Dey."

Shatta Wale is back with a new track, "Time No Dey."

The new song, which was produced by Paq, comes accompanied by a music video that follows the Ghanaian heavyweight and a female companion as they ride around a highway in his Ferrari. The video was directed by PKMI.

Shatta Wale recently dropped a highly-additive single for "Borjor," the level-up anthem "Swizz Bank," he also hopped on the same riddim as Vybz Kartel's hit "Any Weather," produced by Shabdon Records.

He also notably appeared in Beyoncé's album for Lion King: The Gift earlier this year.

Watch the new music video for Shatta Wale's "Time No Dey" below.

For all the best & latest Ghanaian music, follow our new GHANA WAVE playlist on Spotify here and Apple Music here.


Shatta Wale - Time No Dey (Official Video) youtu.be

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