Popular dancehall artiste Shatta Wale's hit single 'My Level' has been rated Number five on popular TV channel Mtvbase Africa.
Shatta Wale will be the happiest man right now as his hit single 'My Level' currently rated No. 5 on Mtvbase Africa
Shatta Wale announced the good news as he posted the video of 'My Level' on his Instagram page and wrote: "Shatta Wale’s 'My Level' number five(5) on @mtvbaseafrica charts. Thank you Africa,"
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It is a well-deserved achievement since the 'My Level' song made waves in Ghana and Africa as a whole.
The video was directed by Sesan who is touted as a good director by many music lovers.
Instagram users took to the comment section to congratulate the self-proclaiming king of African dancehall:
@edgesvaldo397 praised Shatta Wale: "God road is the best, go high Shatta."
@goodbvs admired Shatta Wale's achievement: "We know our level @shattawalenima"
@dagyemang692018 had this to say: "The time they will realize shatta movement is far gone. My Level still a banger in Africa Music Chart."
@ernestgyam expressed his admiration for Shatta Wale: "Much love the king of Africa dancehall this year no play , Shatta will Shatta everywhere."
@supremebodycoach commented: "Hard work pays off champ and that's what you are experiencing now. Keep it up."
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Shatta Wale has become a household name in Ghana and the whole of Africa when it comes to dancehall music.
His 'My Level' hit song aside coming at Number 5, has been nominated as one of the most popular songs in 2018 by the VGMA.
Meanwhile Shatta Wale has already enjoyed the hype around the 'My Level' hit song as he won big with it at the 3Music Awards.
Shatta Wale came top of all other artistes by winning eight awards at the 3Music Awards which was held on March 30, 2019 at the Fantasy Dome in Accra.
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