Video: The hatred Ghanaians have for me is too much – Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale

Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, better known as Shatta Wale is ultra-popular in the reggae-dancehall genre of music although has numerous songs in different genres.

Born on October 17 1984 in Ghana, Shatta Wale emerged in 2013 after several years of forfeiting the limelight as Bandana of “MokoHoo” fame since 2004.

The self-acclaimed dancehall king who is mostly described as the most controversial musician in Ghana has pulled a lot of social media stunts to drive publicity for his work.

He appears to use the old hip-hop culture where rife and battles were the order of the day; a style that seems to be working for him.

And as we speak, he is the most-talked-about Ghanaian artiste for his ability to fill the Accra Sports Stadium to a total capacity of 40,000.

Besides, his performance at the Afrochella Festival, 2022 at El-Wak stadium is getting all the attention which goes a long way to prove that Shata Wale’s fame rested on solid personal achievements.

In a Facebook Like, Shatta Wale bemoaned the rate at which Ghanaian showbiz enthusiasts and gatekeepers don’t appreciate him that much despite his remarkable achievements and influence in the game of Ghana showbiz.

He mentioned that he had brought a lot of change in the country citing the end of doom prophecies by Ghanaian pastors and demand for higher performance fees by artistes, however, it seems the industry is sleeping on him

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