Popular dancehall musician Shatta Wale known in real life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah has revealed plans as the new 'Dancehall Na'.
Shatta Wale has made comments concerning his plans for Tamale after he was eskinned as 'Dancehall Na.'
According to the Shatta Movement Empire boss, he will be helping the youth of Tamale develop their talent in music.
In an interview with Accra based radio station Joy FM, Shatta Wale expressed his joy at being crowned chief of dancehall as he revealed his plans for the youth.
"I promise the big Chiefs and elders over there that I will soon set up a huge studio in Tamale and teach the youths how to make music," he said.
"I will teach them how to make good songs, get hit songs and make some money out of music," the dancehall king added.
Shatta Wale revealed that music is a good business venture that can help the youth live a better life up North.
He further revealed that farming which is a popular occupation in the North will be something he will venture into.
"I told them that I would again go into large scale farming, so as to employ more youths over there," he disclosed.
Shatta Wale's comment followed his eskinning as 'Dancehall Na' meaning dancehall chief by the chiefs and elders of Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana.
The musician who proclaimed the title on himself since his comeback in 2013 has now been officially crowned a chief of dancehall by the traditional rulers of Tamale.
The coronation which took place on Friday, June 7, 2019 saw the people of Tamale coming to witness the occasion.
The 'Gringo' hitmaker in his first speech after the coronation urged his fans and the youth of Tamale to emulate his peace deal with Stonebwoy.
According to Shatta Wale, his union with Stonebwoy is a serious move that their fans must learn from and urged them to refrain from grudges.
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