Ghanaian dancehall act Shatta Wale presents yet another brand new release, and he titles this one “Juju”.
On this one, the controversial rapper addresses claims of his success being due to “juju” or black/voodoo magic, saying that if it was that easy then they should also find and do it. He goes on to attribute his success to none other than God.
Shatta Wale continues his very consistent stream of releases with this one, in typical Shatta Wale fashion, and we’re not expecting him to stop any time soon. The dancehall joint was produced by MOG Beatz.
If you say me I dey use juju, what be your problem mumu
You too I say go find juju
What you dey work for, what you dey work for
If you don’t know God make I show you
If you don’t know who dey control you
I say the life we dey live be straight
When you wake up in the morning every day you for pray
So why envy your brother, remember metal dey always cut rubber