Shatta Wale advises dancehall artistes to speak up when things go wrong

Shatta Wale advises dancehall artistes to speak up when things go wrong

Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has advised his fellow musicians to open up about their challenges in the industry.

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Shatta Wale advises dancehall artistes to speak up when things go wrong

Shatta Wale

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In a report by mynewsgh.com, he stated that it was wrong for one to remain a coward for fear of being judged.

The music artiste, has over the years established himself as a one to voice out his opinions when necessary.

Born, Charles Nii Armah Mensa Jnr, he has become one of Ghana’s top music icons.

The 33-year-old musician shot up to fame in 2004 with his hit single "Bandana from Ghana".

In the year 2013, he sparked controversy when he confronted the organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).

According to him, organizers of the VGMA denied him an award by giving the title, 'Dancehall Artiste' to Kaakie

His allegations led to his removal from the annual event.

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