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Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., (conceived October 17, 1984) is a Ghanaian-conceived maker and reggae-dancehall performer. He is known by his stage name Shatta Wale[2] (in the past Bandana), His best known tune is “Dancehall King”, which prompted winning the Artiste of the Year at the 2014 release of the Ghana Music Awards. He went to Jamaica to learn dancehall. Grain acted in the motion pictures Never Say Never[3] and in Shattered Lives.[4]

His folks are Charles Mensah Sr. what’s more, Elsie Evelyn Avemegah, Wale went to Winneba Secondary School and amid that time he was known as ‘Anas.

He changed his name to “Handkerchief” after secondary school and discharged the track “Moko Ho (Bandana from Ghana)”, including Tinny, in 2004. He discharged his first collection titled Bandana from Ghana. He at that point went into a melodic rest until re-marking himself Shatta Wale. He discharged “Dancehall King” in 2013. He is the pioneer, (CEO) and organizer of the Shatta Movement (SM) or (SM4LYF).

Rib picked up acknowledgment at the 2013 VGMAs. He created a melody against the coordinators of the Ghana Music Awards titled Me Need No Awards, affirming that the coordinators bamboozled him off the Dancehall Artiste of the Year. The media, bloggers and different intellectuals assert this prompted his achievement and importance in the Ghanaian music industry.

Ridge’s music income is for the most part created through facilitating demonstrates that pulls in a huge number of Ghanaian youths.[5]

In January 2014, Wale joined several Ghanaians to welcome the Queen’s Baton Relay, which was on voyage through Commonwealth nations, in front of the recreations in August 2014.

“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.”[6][7]

In May 2014 The Guardian detailed Wale’s tune “Wine Ya Waist” including Davido was one of five “must-tune in to” songs.[8] That same year, his melody “You Can’t Touch Me” was generally utilized for the Dancers Against Racism Campaign[9] around the world.

In 2015, Shatta Wale requested that not be designated in the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards for his melodies “Dancehall Commando” including Sarkodie,[10] “Gathering throughout the night” highlighting Jah Vinci [11][12][13][14][15] “Wine ya waist”[16] and “Korle Gonno”, in light of a pending court case with the coordinators Charter House Productions Limited[17][18][19] for supposedly making defamatory comments against the CEO of Charter House in a video he transferred on his Facebook page.[20] He discharged just about 100 tunes in 2015.

His After The Storm collection dispatch on April 29, 2016 pulled in an expected group of onlookers of more than sixty thousand. The collection contains 22 melodies got for the most part positive audit from commentators.

Amid 2014, Wale went by the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (Ghana’s greatest healing center) to give to the Children’s Block.[22][23] He gave to the casualties of the surge and fire that happened in Accra on 3 June 2015 costing several individuals their lives. His gathering brought sustenance, water, germicides and garments.

On February 8, 2016, Wale gave things to the Police Hospital in Accra. These things included 3 LED TVs, wheelchairs, refreshments and cleansers. He made a money gift to spare a young lady and furthermore to help with general regulatory work.[25][26][27][28] According to Wale, he picked the Police Hospital since it was the healing facility he was conceived in.[29]

Shatta, on an instructive crusade named “Shatta Back to School Campaign” alongside his Shatta Movement Management Team gave instructive materials to schools.[30] As a major aspect of his instructive battle, Wale gave books to help Nana Aba Anamoah’s RAISING READERS GHANA FOUNDATION.


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