Shatta Wale launched his much-publicized album titled “The Reign” on Saturday at the Fantasy Dome, inside the Trade Fair Centre.
The self-acclaimed dancehall king had a sold-out concert, with over 20,000 of his fans showing up for the event. However, despite the success of the launch, many have criticised the content of the album itself and the quality of songs on it.
Hiplife rapper Kwaw Kese is on record to have said that “The Reign” is an empty album, while M3nsa of FOKN Boiz fame also said it was not worth the hype.
However, responding to his critics, Shatta Wale said only haters will try to downplay the quality of his album.
Speaking on Hitz FM, the “Amount” hit maker said his album is not “borla”, like his critics want the public to believe.
“It was just three days ago we finished with this launch. You know man is tired. I don’t know how they want me to work. When haters talk, you just watch them and say wow, you people are really pushing hard,” Shatta Wale said. pulse.com.gh monitored!
“I know my album is not ‘borla’. It is on record now that on the iTunes chart- world album, it went to number one.”
The Zylofon signee added that he will soon begin a radio tour to promote “The Reign” album.