Pulse.com.gh saw one of the trending videos on YouTube and when we took a close look at it, we felt Shatta Wale and Sarkodie were 'USELESS' on the night even though, they hosted the show.
Shatta Wale once again, proved to the world that, Ghana Music Awards can't decide his success in the music industry. Amidst the Sarkodie-Charterhouse brouhaha last week, the Bullhaus Entertainment artiste organised a "Mixtape Beach Party" on the same night when Ghana's biggest music event night was held and the result was something words can't describe.
Despite a heavy downpour and the 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards held at the Accra International Conference Centre, the self-acclaimed Dancehall King, Shatta Wale, was able to gather hundreds of fans at James Town to have fun. And interestingly, he had massive support from Ghana's first BET Award winner, Sarkodie.
Photos which showed massive turn-up from the event was trending on social media yesterday (April 12) and now, videos are also out. Pulse.com.gh saw one of the trending videos on YouTube and when we took a close look at it, we felt Shatta Wale and Sarkodie were 'USELESS' on the night even though, they hosted the show.
According to the McMillan Dictionary, "useless objects have no purpose or cannot do what they were designed to do." And that is what we noticed from the video.
The controversial artistes performed two of their collaborations; "Megye Wo Girl" and "Dancehall Commando." We believe their intention on the night was to entertain and show the fans what they got but things went opposite.
During Sarkodie's smash hit single "Megye Wo Girl" performance with Shatta, the fans showed them that, they owe the song and in fact, their massive response showed that the song is their favourite. Immediately the song was raised, the fans uncontrolled voices overshadowed that of the artistes.
Following "Megye Wo Girl", the duo performed another street banger titled "Dancehall Commando," and to be frank, Sarkodie and Shatta Wale were missing out of action once again when they noticed that, they were less powerful than their 'hungry' fans.
In fact, the fans stole the show and it was a massive turn up. Watch the eclectic performance below.