Dancehall artiste, Shata Wale has indirectly replied to Stonebwoy’s recent announcement of his upcoming collaborations with various Jamaican Reggae artistes.

The Shatta Movement boss few days after Stonebwoy’s public post on his Instagram page publicizing his forthcoming musical endeavours has shared his thought.

The ‘My Level’ hit singer holds the opinion that featuring too many artistes cannot make one a big star but rather makes others get fed up with the artiste.

Shatta tweeted; “Featuring everyone in the music industry doesn’t make you a big star but makes people get tired of you so quick”

Charles Nii Armah who considers himself as African’s dancehall king has been known to have a musical “beef” with Stonebwoy for quite long.

Over the past, Shata Wale and Stonebwoy have been in the news moving through the social media circles for one reason or the other to the extent that their fans have each taken it on and there has been somewhat of a competition between the two sides.

It is a definite however that both Fans of Bhim Nation and Shata Movement Family will sure share their views candidly, through all social media platforms.

Stonebwoy took to his Instagram page to share a couple of pictures and videos where he is seen in a very joyous mood with the likes of Jamaican dancehall/reggae singer and record producer Sean Paul, Jamaican-American singer Tarrus Riley and singer Beenie Man, also a Jamaican reggae and dancehall artiste.

Stonebwoy hinted on his collaborations with the Jamaican gurus and is currently out of the country in Kingston Jamaica where he is working on new stuff which will undoubtedly thrill his fans and the world at large.

“This Kinda Dance… When Your Next Single Features A Legend!!!” Stonebwoy captioned under his last post on Instagram which showed his music video with Beenie Man being shot.