by Peace Agyare
Ghanaian dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale serves us again with another potential street banger dubbed “Campaign” in which he gives a strong warning out to anyone who tends to take him on, on this up-tempo song produced by Paq.
Listen and download Shatta Wale ‘Campaign’ from below!
Shatta Wale Bio
Born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., Shatta Wale was conceived on seventeenth October 1987. He is a Ghanaian reggae-dancehall performer and maker. Campaign Charles Mensah is his dad while Madam Elsie is his mom. Shatta Wale’s folks needed their child to seek after law rather than music.
Since his youth, Campaign he has been rehearsing music. Subsequent to completing his secondary school level in 2004, he release his previously hit melody “Handkerchief from Ghana.” He is an organizer and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Shatta Movement. Shatta Wale has figured
out how to act in a film Never Say Never which highlighted Edward Kufuor, Charles Kofi Bucknor, and Paulina Oduro. Shatta Wale’s profession Shatta Wale started recording and composing music when he was in secondary school. He was not intending to drop out simply like different performers since his folks esteemed instruction so much and they didn’t care for his concept of being an artist.
A previous reggae performer, Yoggy-Doggy, was a motivation to Shatta Wale which made him begin his profession with the name Doggy. Shatta Wale was known in the music business at first as Bandana. In 2004 he highlighted Ghanaian performer Tinny in his tune. He at that point discharged his own melody known as Bandana.
The melody made him win a prize in the Ghana Music Awards around the same time. After the honor, he discharged a few tunes including “No Problem” and “Obaa Yaa.” He at that point disappeared in the music business until when he returned 2013. He discharged melodies, for example, “Shatta City,” “Havana” “Enter The Net,” “Each Body Likes My Tin,” and “Dancehall King” all of which moved toward becoming hits in Ghana and around the globe.
By 2015, he had built up a firm establishment in the worldwide music scene as a King of African Dancehall. Somewhere in the range of 2016 and 2018, he was considered as a standout amongst the most powerful people in Ghana as two ideological groups, the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress utilized his tunes “Kakai” and “Mahama Paper” to run their crusade in 2016 general decisions.
In 2017 and 2018, Shatta Wale remained on outlines. He, in this manner, kept on commanding
the music business in Ghana by discharging melodies like “Low Tempo” ft Shatta Michy, “Dem
Confuse,” “Dominating,” “Ayoo” “Forgetti” ft Millitans, Pope Skinny and Natty Lee, “Guard” and “Hossana” ft Burna Boy.
Peace Agyare loves to write and is addicted to reading. She is a staff at Ghaflagh.com & ghafla.com/music/ A well bred journalist with a flair for entertainment, society and arts. She loves covering events and reporting personalities for the public consumption. My articles may aspire or piss you off depending on your stance on the issue. Remember, opinions are like noses and at the end of it we’re all entitled to our opinions.
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June 24, 2019
June 24, 2019