Shatta Wale – Kappa For Dey

January 08, 2018 at 06:49
Shatta Wale – Kappa For Dey

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Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., conceived on October 17, 1984 to Charles Mensah Snr. also, Elsie Evelyn Avemegah, and known by his stage name Shatta Wale[1] (once in the past Bandana), is a Ghanaian-conceived maker and reggae-dancehall artist. He is best known for his melody “Dancehall King”, which prompted winning the Artiste of the Year at the 2014 release of the Ghana Music Awards. He set out to Jamaica to learn dancehall. Shatta Wale acted in the motion picture Never Say Never highlighting Charles Kofi Bucknor, Edward Kufuor and Paulina Oduro[2] and furthermore including in Shattered Lives alongside Bisa Kdei and Majid Michel.[3] Hosanna

Charles went to Aguafo Secondary School and amid that time he was known as ‘Anas. He changed his name to “Handkerchief” after senior secondary school and discharged the track “Moko Ho(Bandana from Ghana)”. The tune which highlighted one of Ghana’s remarkable abilities, Tinny, made gigantic wireless transmissions in the Ghanaian music industry in 2004. After the arrival of his first collection titled Bandana from Ghana, Bandana went into a melodic break until he re-marked himself to Shatta Wale and discharged his tune “Dancehall King” in 2013, which turned into a hit. He is the pioneer, (CEO) and organizer of the Shatta Movement (SM) or (SM4LYF). Hosanna

Shatta Wale’s ascent occurred at the 2013 VGMAs, with his melodic smoothness, he formed a tune against the coordinators of the Ghana Music Awards titled Me Need No Awards since he asserted the coordinators duped him off the Dancehall Artiste of the Year to female Dancehall Artiste Kaakie. The melody had extremely uncharitable verses. The media, bloggers and other amusement savants assert prompted his leap forward and significance in the Ghanaian Music Industry.

His most prominent hit in 2013, “Dancehall King” overwhelmed the wireless transmissions. Shatta Wale’s melodic income is generally produced through facilitating of shows which pulls in many a huge number of Ghanaian youths.[4]

In January 2014, Shatta Wale, joined several Ghanaians to welcome the Queen’s Baton Relay, which was on voyage through some Commonwealth nations, in front of the diversions in August 2014. Appreciative for the open door given him, he took to online networking to thank the individuals who got it going.

“It happens once in an existence time..I will jump at the chance to thank the leader of Ghana and the country for giving me the chance to be a piece of the adjustment in the rulers Baton..God favor my country Ghana.#SM4LYF.”[5][6] Shatta Wale Burna Boy Hosanna

In May 2014, British Newspaper, The Guardian, announced Wale’s tune “Wine Ya Waist” highlighting Davido from Nigeria was one of five “must-tune in to” songs.[7] That same year, his tune “You Can’t Touch Me” was broadly utilized for the Dancers Against Racism Campaign[8] Worldwide.

In 2015, Shatta Wale requested that not be named in the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards despite the fact that he could have won the renowned Artiste and Song of the year for the second time running with his hit tunes Dancehall Commando including Sarkodie,[9] Party throughout the night highlighting Jah Vinci [10][11][12][13][14] Wine ya abdomen including Davido[15] and Korle Gonno among many hit melodies he discharged the former year: in view of a pending court case with the coordinators of the honors, Charter House Productions Limited[16][17][18] for purportedly making defamatory comments against the CEO of Charter House in a video he transferred on his Facebook page


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