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Shatta Wale’s Daughter Shatta Berry Performs and Killed His Song “Borjor”

Shatta Movement Princess Shatta Berry who has been making waves since she was very small is making her name again in the TV3 Reality Show “Talented Kidz”.

The beautiful and talented kid is called Shatta Wale’s Daughter because she can sing his song non-stop.

She took to the stage and wowed the audience with her daddy’s song titled Borjor.

Watch the video below:

https://youtu.be/knuC85_LbJo

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Zack Agon popularly known as The Hatman, is a song writer, blogger, teacher and a business man. Zack is the CEO of Wordswar Technology & Investment, and the owner of Ghanalegendary.com and has passion for blogging just about every interesting topic. Get in touch the number one Ghanaian promoter on +233244047835 or +233246187160

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