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Apaatse "I don’t want hype from Shatta Wale, my songs are good enough"

Apaatse has burst out to defend himself from the school of thought who thinks he leached on Dancehall Artiste Shatta Wale for hype with his comment over Shatta Michy.

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Rapper Enoch Allotey as he is known in real life but in music circles as Apaatse has burst out to defend himself from the school of thought who thinks he leached on Dancehall Artiste Shatta Wale for hype with his comment over Shatta Michy.

Apaatse made the claim during a TV interview last week that he dated Shatta Michy before Shatta Wale married her. The statement was not well received by fans of Shatta Wale and he came under heavy ‘fans attack’.

The rapper came out to explain on Hot93.9fm that his reason for saying that was not to tap into the hype of Shatta Wale or any body else for that matter because he has better songs.

Apaatse who is known for one of the biggest songs the country has ever seen, ‘Wedding Day’ mentioned that he did the latter song when he was in high school and till date people still enjoy it so why will he come tapping into someone else’s hype.

“I am very young, at my age, I have released so many hit songs, worked with some international stars and reached the biggest market in the music business – Nigeria, so why will I make a statement to tap into someone’s hype", Apaatse opined.

He lamented by saying: "I have better songs, most of my songs are timeless hence fans of shatta Wale should know that I (Apaatse) just answered a question that I was asked during an interview, period".

Apaatse claims his newest single is currently the street anthem, so why will he leave that and come look for hype from some other artistes.

Apaatse ended by saying he is focused like never before, he is young and has a bright future of which he is not desperate to reach the top. He entreats fans to check out his music before they come attacking him over some hype.

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