Shatta Wale shoots cowboy-themed music video in the US

Shatta Wale shoots cowboy-themed music video in the US

It looks like Dancehall King, Shatta Wale, is having fun in the US where he is currently shooting a video for his 'Dancehall Now' song.

In a video sighted by, Shatta is seen excited and dressed like a cowboy with two guns strapped to his waist, which is his costume for the video.

According to him, the song and video were to tell the world about the journey of Dancehall music so far.

"Yea this is Shatta Wale right here. Somewhere around Texas closer to Mexico. I'm just trying to shoot a video for Dancehall Now. It's basically to tell the world where Dancehall has gotten to. So watch out," an excited-looking Shatta Wale is heard saying.

READ ALSO: 11 sad photos from the burial of Ebony's friend Franky Kuri that will break your heart today

The video shoot, understands, is taking place in San Antonio.

Shatta Wale travelled to the US last week where he received an award at the 2018 International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA).

READ ALSO: VIDEO: 7 months pregnant Rashida Black Beauty begs for help

Born, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., Shatta Wale has a reputation for being controversial and he seems to love guns.

During a social media feud with Nigerian Afropop star, Wizkid, Shatta went to the extent of firing gunshots and sharing a video of the act, all in a bid to warn Wizkid against messing with him.

He also, in his most recent attack on Stonebwoy, warned the colleague Dancehall artiste not to "bring a knife to a gun fight" in their ongoing 'beef'.

READ ALSO: Death of cancer-suffering teenage philanthropist breaks hearts of Ghanaians

Star Gist on YEN brings you an exclusive interview with upcoming music star Kobla Jnr:

Subscribe to watch new videos

Your stories and photos are always welcome.

Send us a message via our official Facebook or Instagram page to get it published on


Online view pixel