Shatta Wale, whose real name is Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., is a Ghanaian dancehall musician, songwriter, and actor. He was born on October 17, 1984, in Accra, Ghana. Shatta Wale started his music career in 2004 under the name Bandana but went on a hiatus in 2013 after changing his stage name to Shatta Wale.
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He is known for his unique style of music that fuses elements of reggae, dancehall, and afrobeat. Some of his popular songs include “Dancehall King,” “Ayoo,” “Gringo,” and “My Level.” He has released several albums throughout his career, including “After the Storm,” “Reign,” and “Wonder Boy.”
Shatta Wale has won numerous awards for his music, including the Vodafone Ghana Music Award for Artiste of the Year in 2014, 2015, and 2019. He has also been nominated for several international awards, including the MTV Africa Music Award for Best Live Act in 2016.
Apart from music, Shatta Wale has also ventured into acting, with appearances in movies such as “Never Say Never,” “Shattered Lives,” and “Trial of Shatta Wale.” He is also known for his controversial statements and social media posts, which have garnered him a large following and media attention.