Shatta wale is combative but incredibly modest, says Keche Joshua
Shatta Wale, formerly known as Bandana, is a Ghanaian-born reggae-dancehall musician who was born on October 17, 1984, to Charles Nii Armah Mensah Snr and Mama Elsie. After graduating from high school, Shatta Wale changed his name to “Bandana” and put out the popular song “Bandana from Ghana.”
Shatta Wale, the contentious dancehall musician, is one of the most modest artists Joshua Kojo Ampah, a member of the Ghanaian music duo “Keche,” has ever met. He said Shatta is one of the few people you can trust to see the good in people, despite being aggressive and loud.
Shatta Wale is an example of a true person who tells the truth, according to Joshua, who added that Ghanaians loathe them. He asserted that the “My level” hitmaker knows how to criticize you when you are wrong, even though it might be challenging at times, in an interview with Osei Felicia of Onua Fm’s Adwuma Adwuma program. But that’s just the way he does things.
He claims that he connects with Shatta Wale because both of them believe in telling people the truth when they are doing something wrong in order to make them aware of their actions. Shatta Wale has been referred to as the Ghanaian musician in the industry with the most controversy. Strangely, the more controversy Shatta Wale stirs up, the greater his fame and fan base grow.
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Shatta wale is combative but incredibly modest and has succeeded in using controversy and quality music to propel himself to a position of prominence in the Ghanaian music scene. The music Shatta Wale produced fit him like a glove. He developed a recognizable name, identified with the people on the streets, and lived his music. Shatta Wale stoked interest in a dance hall and attracted artists like Samini and Iwan to participate in his lyrical battles.