Charles Nii Armah Mensah jr popularly known in the entertainment circle as Shatta Wale the talk of town recently.... Known for controversies and real talent, he has churned out hits upon hits and has even bagged for himself a recording deal with US Based multi Grammy winner Beyoncé on the Grammy nominated Black is King Album that was originally released to motivate and showcase excellence from the Black race.
Following backlash from the general public after Shatta Wale aired his views on #Fixthecountry campaign, he has dropped a smooth reggae riddim song titled "What if" which basically talks about political issues and other issues affecting the country. He goes on to advice netizens to work hard and fix themselves rather than waiting on the government to fix things.... He even went on to address the entertainment industry by calling HIGHLIFE MUSIC the future.
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