The African Dancehall King, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr. popularly known as Shatta Wale on DW Africa narrated a few of his struggles and the opportunities contracted in his musical career.
He is one artist from Ghana who has been through thick and thin, the oppressing, backbiting, badmouthing and the hating couldn’t gutter him off his dream of becoming a great musician.
Coming from Nima where is susceptible to crimes and other social vices couldn’t deter him off the track of greatness but relatively motivated him.
The ‘Melissa’ hitmaker said giving back to the society is one of the best thing he enjoy doing, I give books to schools to support pupils whose parent can’t afford their books.
Shatta Wale is elated of giving back to the society and where is coming from, the artist has a militants his working with (3 upcoming artistes) and he has signed them unto his Shatta Movement record label
Shatta Wale is one of the most successful artistes in Ghana and comparatively, has loyal and huge following across Ghana and Africa.
He also acknowledged his fans for the motivation and inspiration he gets from them, he believes their enormous support has played a vital role in his musical career.