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“I command Ghanaian DJs to stop playing Naija songs” – Archipalago speaks on Shatta Wale & Stonebwoy performance in Nigeria


Archipalago Mufasa is so much annoyed for the level of coldness Nigerians have shown our artiste when they were in Nigeria for Zylofon Media and Menzgold launch yesterday.

At the Invasion Concert, the Naija folks were so cold towards a whole Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and Becca.

As for Kumi Guitar, Joyce Blessing, Obibini and others, not even a single Nigerian mosquito looked in their direction when they climbed the stage to perform.

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This is sad because we respect and honor their artiste when they come down here to Ghana.

Comedian DKB was the first person to show his anger on his happening.

And now, social media influencer Archipalago has joined in.

Archi is commanding all Ghanaian DJs to stop playing Nigerian songs.

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According to him, it’s high time we appreciate what we have and stop hyping others especially the Naija singers.

He argued that the Ghanaian DJs should stop saying Ghana songs are not pleasurable to the ear as a reason why they don’t/won’t play it.

“If you don’t play the song continuously, how will it be sweet to the ear?”, Archipalago quizzed.

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He further said that there are some artiste in his area in America. When they release songs, they’ll play over and over again to the extent that you’ll like it by force.

Watch video below:

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