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Yaa Pono Hints On An Upcoming Joint Music Project With Shatta Wale

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Yaa Pono Hints On An Upcoming Joint Music Project With Shatta Wale
Yaa Pono Hints On An Upcoming Joint Music Project With Shatta Wale

Yaa Pono Hints On An Upcoming Joint Music Project With Shatta Wale.

Ghanaian freestyle king, Solomon Adu Antwi better known by his stage YAA PONO or PONOMBIOM has signalled that, himself and Shatta Wale are currently working on a joint musical project, shataghana.net  reports.

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Yaa Pono revealed this exclusive information during an on-air radio interveiw with Sammy Flex in the studios of zylofon Fm which a reporter at shataghana.net  keenly monitored and took notes on.

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According to the (Obiaa wone master) hitmaker, he’s in good speaking terms with shatta wale irrespective of the explosive music beef which flared-up between them some years back.

Yaa Pono is currently promoting his spanking new single dubbed (1997) . Kindly listen to it’s audio slide below.

Yaa Pono 1997 Listen Audio Here

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