Stars Eulogize Shatta Wale, Guilty Beatz On Their Beyonce’s “The Lion King” Album

Social media got buzzing when the news about Shatta Wale and Akwaaba hitmaker, music producer Guilty Beatz worked on some magic in Beyonce’s “The Lion King” album.

The project which featured topnotch artistes saw Wizkid, Burna Boy, Yemi Alade, Ghanaian very own Shatta Wale and AFRIMA award-winning music producer Guilty Beatz.

The news saw scores of patrons thronged to social media [Twitter, Instagram & Facebook] to send their congratulatory messages to Guilty Beatz and Shatta Wale for hoisting the flag of Ghana High.

Culled via, Beyonce explains how she created a new genre for “The Lion King” album.

 “Beyoncé called “The Lion King” album that she worked tirelessly to create “a love letter to Africa” and explained how she was able to evoke a new genre of music through soundscapes that paint a picture of what unfolds in the movie.

“This soundtrack is a love letter to Africa and I wanted to make sure we found the best talent from Africa, and not just use some of the sounds and did my interpretation of it,” Knowles-Carter told ABC News.

“I wanted it to be authentic to what is beautiful about the music in Africa,” she said, adding that they used “a lot” of drums and “incredible new sounds mixed with some of the producers from America.”

For their part, Stonebwoy, Samini, Manifest, Guru, among topnotch artistes applauded Shatta Wale for doing justices as the only musician in “The Lion King” project and music producer Guilty Beatz for producing 3 songs on the project.

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