Shata Wale has taken down his album Konekt from Youtube.

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Ghanaian Dancehall artist Shata Wale has taken down his album Konekt from YouTube sighting a need for financial issues at a time when he has handily represented himself as a solo artiste.

His manager Sammy Flex however has taken time to clarify things and assure his fans that after all necessary parties sit down and talk business he believes they can reach an agreement and thus rectify the issue.

According to him, the removal from YouTube is seen as a step towards resolving these issues, with the hope of returning to normalcy after fruitful discussions.

“As an artiste, at every point in time, he has the way he wants his things to go. At every point in time. If these things change, definitely the artiste will not be happy. The artiste will not be happy. Knowing the investment that he has also put in, he would want the other partners to also come in with the same energy. He would want the other partners to also come in with the same force. So that when our powers all come together, it will combine to give us the necessary results that we are looking for.

“But as an independent artiste, as someone who is funding all his projects, he wasn’t seeing that. And I’m sure like I said, there is a process for achieving some of these objectives. And to him, he thinks this is one of the first processes to handle that. So to avoid any back and forth, back and forth, back and forth, let me first put the one on YouTube down. When I put the one on YouTube down and we can have some conversations and it works, I’m sure we can get back to normal,” he explained.

Audiomark, Spotify, Apple Music, Boomplay, and more are all sources available for Shata Wale’s music Konekt album

Sammy Flex assured that this move does not signify the end of options for the artiste, as the team continues to explore solutions behind the scenes.

“There are still some options that we can explore, and that is what the team will try to do behind the scenes before we move forward. But like I’m saying, it does not take away the songs from online markets. It takes the song from only the YouTube app, on Shatta Wale’s page.

“As much as I know, the rest of the marketing, the digital platforms, they also have their songs there. All the rest of their DSPs, also have their songs there. So beyond having it on YouTube, you can also access their songs on the rest of the platforms,” he said.

Source Nationaltelevisiongh.com