Sean Taylor Is Here, Shatta Wales Retirement Is Near!

The music terrain in Ghana is getting rough and tough by the day, forcing the ?blunt-lyriced? artistes to retire prematurely. It is for this reason the comfy self-acclaimed positions taken by some artistes in the country has continually been a laughable matter to entertainment critics and enthusiasts.

Dance hall, being a ?breakaway music genre? from Reggae has experienced some considerable growth characterized by the struggle for supremacy as many young people venturing into Ghana?s music scene seem to be towing that direction.

Notable amongst the lot is Osu-based artiste, Sean Taylor. Having started the urban dancehall journey some seven (7) years ago, Sean Taylor is ripe and matured to compete and unseat the so-called big names in Ghanaian dance hall music.

Having hijacked the airwaves with his hit single ?Transition? in 2011 and winning several awards afterwards, Sean Taylor has showed his readiness to unseat the self-acclaimed dancehall King, Shatta Wale and raise the bar of dancehall music in Ghana.

Although the 2013 Bass Awards nominee is yet to release a full commercial album, he has loudly announced his presence with several single hit tracks including ?One Gyal?, ?Money Counting Machine (MCM)?, ?Good gyal gone bard?, ?End time?, ?Al Qaeda? and the all popular ?Everybody Bard? whose video has attracted lots of positive comments from fellow artistes and gone viral on social media.

?The future is bright. My razor-sharp lyrics, infallible melody and dexterity would enable me chalk more successes and attain higher heights?, Sean Taylor says.

Speak to Ghana?s newest Dancehall King Sean Taylor and he says ?BigManTing mi seh,? 

Watch his ?Everybody Bard? video below


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