American super star singer, Beyonce, has broken the Grammy record for the most Grammy awarded female singer, after she took home her 28th Grammy Award On Sunday Night, after giving a performance of her song ‘Black Parade’, which was adjudged as the best R&B performance.

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In receiving her 28th Grammy Award, Beyonce said:

“I am so honored, I am so excited. Thank you guys,” Beyoncé said, holding back tears. “As an artist, I believe it’s my job, and all of our jobs to reflect the times, and it’s been such a difficult time. So I wanted to uplift, encourage and celebrate all of the beautiful black queens and kings that continue to inspire me and inspire the whole world.”

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The ‘Halo’ singer now ties with Quincy Jones as the second most Awarded people in Grammy history.

The overall record for the most Grammy wins is held by George Solti, a Hungarian conductor with 31 wins.

Just when we all thought that Shatta Wale’s 40th birthday would be catapulted to the entire globe by a simple wish by Shatta Wale’s ‘new friend’, Beyonce, we have surprisingly seen the opposite of what we expected.

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After inking one of the most talked-about collaborations in Africa with Beyonce, we all expected Beyonce to send Shatta Wale a birthday wish but Beyonce has remained silent for almost 24 hours
without uttering a word to Shatta Wale.

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Could this be a clear case of Beyonce not recognizing and acknowledging our very own Dancehall King?
Some people are of the view that Beyonce may have sent Shatta Wale a private birthday message.

The year 2020 has been terrible for many people largely because of the coronavirus pandemic but it seems popular Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall musician, Charles Nii-Armah Mensah, aka Shatta Wale is getting a lot of the good things from the year.

After that successful collobartion with Grammy award-winning singer Beyonce and his recent number one spot on the Billboard as the number, he has just achieved a new great feet.

After his feature in Beyoncé and Shatta Wale’s ‘Already’ music video, Ghanaian dancer, Laud Anoo Konadu, otherwise known as Dancegod Lloyd, has opened up on how he secured the deal.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with ZionFelix on the ‘Uncut’ Show, the popular dancer revealed a video he shot to promote the song after he joined a dance challenge group on Instagram caught the attention of other choreographers and the American singer.

According to him, he was texted by one choreographer in the United States of America, JaQuel Knight after the video went viral.

Dancegod Lloyd stated that JaQuel mentioned how nice his video was—and assured him that he wanted him to appear in the scenes of the ‘Already’ music video which will be shot in Ghana.

Being excited about the development, he disclosed that he was also skeptical because of scams online.

His hope rose high after Beyoncé posted his video on her Insta-story—which also came as a confirmation to the earlier discussion.

Lloyd said he relayed the information to his dance crew and they were all super excited—but they cautioned them on how confidential it was.

They learned the routine and applied their sources to it after the choreography was sent to them.

He indicated that his scenes were shot in Ghana together with the DWP Academy which specializes in training dancers in the country.

Watch the full interview below.

Popular Ghanaian songstress Wendy Shay has taken to her Twitter page to boast about herself.

As indicated by Wendy Shay, she is Ghana’s Beyonce and ought to be dealt with and loved in that capacity. The “Uber driver” Hitmaker likewise expressed that, besides being the Beyonce of Ghana, she’s additionally a National asset and has approached Ghanaians to value and secure her.

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Wendy Shay posted a photograph of herself and inscribed it; “Ghana this is your Beyonce. National Asset. Protect it”. Her post has pulled in various responses and sentiments from her fans and followers.

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Bridget Otoo Responds To Claims That Beyonce Doesn’t Revere God

Popular Ghanaian presenter, Bridget Otoo has criticized claims by a few devout identities that Beyonce adores the fallen angel (Devil) and not God.

Moreover, These claims got to be wild after the discharge of Beyonce’s Already music video which highlights Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.

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The contention of these devout identities is based on a claim that Beyonce uses an image (Symbol) that’s comparative to the Baphomet of the evil sanctuary.

She wrote below:

The manager of Ghanaian dancehall/reggae artiste, Shatta Wale, Bulldog has revealed how the ‘Already’ music video was shot.

Bulldog, who appeared on TV3’s ‘Simply Showbiz’ program hosted by MzGee shot down the confusion on whether Beyoncé was in Ghana for the video shoot of ‘Already’ with Shatta Wale or not.

Bulldog has disclosed that Beyoncé never came to Ghana for the shooting.

He, however, indicated that some parts of the video were shot in Ghana.

Again, Bulldog stated Shatta Wale and his team travelled to the United States to complete the shooting of the video.

He divulged Beyoncé treated them with much respect when she met Shatta Wale.

Shatta Wale’s manager stressed a lot transpired in their meeting with the popular American singer.

The ‘Already’ music video has garnered more than 4 million views after it was released by Beyoncé on Friday, July 31, 2020.

Watch Bulldog’s discussion with MzGee below.

Shatta Wale’s former best friend and now enemy, Archipalago has praised Shatta Wale for his collaboration with Pop star, Beyonce.

The socialite who was least expected to big up Shatta Wale following their back and forth over the last few years took to Facebook and posted a picture of himself and Shatta Wale and wrote “Big win for Ghana”.

See his post below:

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