Ghanaian dancehall and rap star, Shatta Wale has revealed that he intends to work with Nigerian music video director, TG Omori.
He appealed to his fans and explained that he’s not been able to shoot music videos as frequently as he should because he wants it to be done by Omori.
According to Shatta, who peaked as top 100 most influential Ghanaian awards, the award-winning Nigerian director is the best for him.
The singer said that he is saving up in order to hire the services of TG Omori and hopes to get a record label deal, which will come with support for his music videos.
Shatta Wale also encouraged his fans to enjoy his music while he tries secure a record label to support his work.
He wrote: “The reason I can’t shoot videos is because of @boy_director If I don’t get a record label this year to support me to make my fans happy then you guys should wait and let me make my millions of dollars ..But for now Enjoy the music .. I am saving !!! TG is the best now for me !!”
It may be recalled that Nigerian musician, Habeeb Okikiola also known as Portable has lampooned music video director, TG Omori over the amount he charges.
Portable apparently contacted Omori to shoot a video for one of his songs and he said the fee is $50,000 (N37 million)
The Zazuu star took to his Instagram story to make noise about the fee and wondered why the director was charging that much.
He said Omori has started to stress him and used one of his favourite lines and noted that someone who wishes to help another person would not stress them.
Portable shared screenshots of their chats in a video, where he also replied to Omori with voice notes lamenting about the money being too high.