Joint 77, a former member of the defunct “Shatta Movement Militants“, has said his former record label executive and Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, can sell out the O2 Arena.
Joint 77 however gave the condition to which that can only happen, which is should the group be united again.
Joint 77 noted that due to the love shown the group during their hay days filling the arena will not be a problem.
The group together with the Shatta Wale put up a splendid performance in 2018 when they first mounted the grand Indigo O2 stage.
With the absence of member Addi Self, the remaining members, Natty Lee, Joint Lee, Captan, and Joint 77 himself together with their label boss Shatta Wale entreated thousands with good music.
“Shatta with the militants will be the only Ghanaian music group to fill up both the Indigo and the O2 Arenas when we work things out and anybody aside from us forget it because no one can.
“But for our beef and eventual disbandment trust me will be able to fill up the arena not by charms but because people love our craft and our music,” he stated in an interview with Sammy Flex.
Just recently, Lynx Entertainment signees Kuami Eugene and KiDi put up a great sold-out concert at the Indigo O2 Arena beyond the anticipation of many.
Some gateway keepers of their Ghanaian music industry say that was an indication that with hard work, artists in the country can rock the world with their crafts.