Shatta wale is such a household name in Ghana that even toddlers know a thing or two about him. Almost everyone knows him to be the popular and controversial reggae dancehall musician who proclaimed himself Ghana’s Dancehall King with the release his hit song, ‘Dancehall king’.
But them, it’s possible there are a handful of things about this popular musician which most people are not aware of. Read on to learn more about Shatta wale , the Dancehall King of Ghana.
Early Years Of Shatta Wale
The Dancehall King did not grow up with a silver spoon but he had enough motivation that made him who he is today. Shatta wale was born Charles Nii Armah Mensah (Jnr.) on October 17, 1984. He attended seven Great Princess Academy and them continued at Winneba, he was popularly known as ‘DOGGY ‘, a nickname he gave himself because of his love for reggae and dancehall artiste Yoggy Doggy at the time.This bloke is one Ghanaian musician that is loved and hated with equal measure.
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