Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale who was recently featured on American pop star Beyonce Knowles-Carter’s album has recently revealed that he is going to be billed on her album tour.
In an interview Shatta Wale revealed how he was contacted by Beyonce’s management to work on the project. He talked about the experience of work with the Grammy Award winner and how he put the song together.
Shatta Wale hinted that when Beyonce embarks on the album tour, he will definitely be billed to perform.
“She’s (Beyonce) gonna go on tour… They’ve told us, we are gonna be on that tour ( SM team), “
He further referred to Sarkodie as a hypocrite who isn’t truly proud of his progress
Other African Artistes featured on the album include; Yemi Alade, Tekno, Tiwa Savage, Burna Boy, Wizkid and Mr. Eazi.
While speaking on the new album that is set for release on Friday, July 19th, Beyonce said that she worked with aforementioned artistes because she wanted to ensure that she worked with the best from Africa and not just sample sounds from Africa.
Speaking to ABC Information, she said:
“This soundtrack is a love letter to Africa and I wished to ensure we discovered the most effective expertise from Africa, and never simply use a number of the sounds and did my interpretation of it.
“ I wished it to be genuine to what’s stunning concerning the music in Africa.
“We have type of created our personal style and I really feel just like the soundtrack is the primary soundtrack the place it turns into visible in your in your thoughts.
“The soundscape is extra than simply the music as a result of every tune tells the story of the movie.”
The tracks that have the African stars: Tekno / Yemi Alade / Mr. Eazi: “Don’t Jealous Me”, Burna Boy: “Ja Ara E”, Blue Ivy Carter / SAINt JHN / WizKid / Beyoncé: “Brown Skin Girl”, Tiwa Savage / Mr. Eazi: “Keys to the Kingdom”, Beyoncé / Shatta Wale: “Already”, Tierra Whack / Beyoncé / Busiswa / Yemi Alade / Moonchild Sanelly.