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Shegee Stayla, “Ghana Musicians Fade Away When The Tenure Of Music Changes”

In the today’s GH Dancehall limelight is the hottest Shegee Stayla. The empress artiste is one of the females dancehall acts projecting Ghana’s music higher than before.

Speaking in an interview with DJ Frank of Gentlemen Radio, an online station, the sassy artiste revealed that she isn’t new in the industry.

Dj Frank: When did you exactly start to do music?

The Bawasa hit maker said

“Well actually I started music way back in 2004 that was when I was with my hip life group Tripple M.
We were the first female group in Ghana and we brought hit songs like Kofi Ghana, Girls Girls that is the remix version of Boys Boys by Okomfo Kwadae. But after two albums, we went our separate ways and I became a solo artiste in 2005 / 2006″

Shegee Stayla made a cogent point on how some GH musicians fade away when the tenure of music changes in response to the question.

Dj Frank ” How did you switched from High life to reggae or dancehall style?

Shegee Stayla:

“I think that one thing that makes artistes in GH fade earlier. God being so good, Shegee Stayla is a versatile artiste. You know I can do reggae, RnB, Hiplife, Hip hop and dancehall, because that is really helped me. When the tenure of music changed, people were like what will we do, the artists who were doing high life, hip life will come out empty I was doing hip hop but we were blending it with a little bit of ragga and dancehall. If you could remember that is the days of Tripple M, we used to rap and bring in the tune of ragga and some dancehall here and then. And the tune I did with a Nigerian artist of blessed memory is a kind of dancehall and ragga style of music.
So ragga is a thing that is part of me way back so when the tenure of music changed, I said Okay that is the time for me to reap in what I used to do and I think this time it will bubble well, that is how everything started.”

Shegee Stayla revealed the meaning of her latest song, Bawasa as We don’t joke.

She doubles as the Regional Secretary of the Musician Union of Ghana and she is set to release a new hit song somewhere in September, 2015 titled “Party Fire”
Yeah, party fire and as the name suggests, this awaiting song will be a hit and set her fans ablaze.

sit back and enjoy the full audio interview below.
kudos to our own dancehall hit maker Shegee Stayla

AUTHOR NAME: FREDERICK NOAMESI

Publisher for Gentlemenradio Multimedia

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