Vociferous Ghanaian dancehall artist Shatta Rako and renowned reggae/dancehall veteran Root Eye are set to embark on a musical journey to demystify mentalities surrounding the genre in Ghana.
Already projected by a number of practitioners as a dirty genre and one for hustlers or riff-rats, Shatta Rako who already proved BET Award winner MzVee who believed the genre was dirty wrong on The Late Night Celebrity Show on ETV Ghana a couple of months back felt the need to go a step ahead to clean the system.
Sharing a similar believe, Root Eye who has always been revered for his contribution to the genre in the country felt the need to join the movement hence the new journey.
Starting with a new song “Clean Di Dance”, a classical reggae piece produced by Riddim Boss, Shatta Rako and Root Eye are expected to embark on a radio media tour to indeed Clean di dance.
The single is the first off his Preface Album, a yet to be released full reggae album.
Clean Di Dance drops online soon.