Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popular known in the Ghanaian music circles as Shatta Wale held his first concert after he was released from prison. The Dancehall artist even before the concert received a respectable welcome from the Shatta movement family in Kumasi, his first time in the Ashanti Regional capital since the video shoot of his song "Ahodwo Las Vegas" with featured Kumasi based artist including Kweku Flick, Amerado and King Paluta.
Welcome back to my daily article. I hope everything is going on well by God's grace?Please 🙏do me a favour by following ☝️☝️me before continuing to today's article. There are so many young underground artistes out there who are finding their way through the Music Industry in Ghana. We saw a couple of them earlier this year. The likes of Black Sheriff, Phaize, Phrimpong, and the talk of the town, Kweku Flick. Some of these artistes became known to the whole of Ghana when Shatta Wale featured them in
Ahodwo las Vegas has taken listeners by surprise as it keeps on making huge hits after hits all over. The controversy behind this, is the efforts he put into the various journeys to the different regions in Ghana. All scenes were treated with the same quality. From Kwaku Flick to Phaze. They all had different styles but dope video quality. I have always loved the city of Kumerica says Shatta wale in his post. The reactions to this project is huge and positive. How wonderful will it be to experience Kumerica.
Ghanaian dancehall act Shatta Wale has been backed by fans who are indicating that sadly no artiste or citizen is bold to stand for what they believe in The controversial post by the "Ahodwo Las Vegas" singer touched lots of fans who came all guns blazing to rally behind the selfless and thoughtful post. According to Shatta in a Facebook post, he said most of the citizens were brought up in timidity and hence feared to be demanding in the country. He said; "The system is not working for many of us but many of
Shatta Wale, the Americana seems to be the talk of town as he is well known for, being in almost every head-lines in the Entertainment Industry after his return from the Miami in the United States of America. The Shatta Movement Boss is one person that the Ghana Music Industry can't afford to miss because he makes the Entertainment Industry a fun zone.
Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr. is a Ghanaian musician and a dancehall/reggae artiste born om 17th October 1984. He was formerly working under the name Bandana and produced many hit songs under that brand but for almost a decade he got missing from the Music Industry after which he came back in 2012 under the name Shatta Wale. He served his fans with massive sounds such as Baby, Dancehall King amongst others. His hardwork has earned him many awards and nominations and some of them are as follows; in 2015, he won
King of African Dancehall Shatta Wale and the Boss of SM for Life Music Empire (the biggest fan base in Gh) has released yet again another banger which is already taking over social media. This follows his already released song titled 1Don which has since found itself on top of music charts. In the late hours of today, January 29, the Dancehall King released the video of his new song featuring Captan, the only militant left after he sacked the others. Masting has since taken over social media especially twitter,