Date of Birth:1984-10-17Place of Birth:Ghana
Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., known by his stage name Shatta Wale previously Bandana, is a Ghanaian conceived reggae-dancehall artist brought into the world on the seventeenth of October, 1984 to Charles Mensah Snr and Mama Elsie.
Shatta Wale changed his name to "Handkerchief" after senior secondary school and delivered the hit track "Handkerchief from Ghana". The tune made colossal wireless transmissions in the Ghanaian music industry in 2004. Shatta Wale's abrupt meet the challenge at hand occurred at the 2013 VGMA grants when he tossed expressive put-downs to VGMA on the grounds that he broadcasted they denied him of the Dancehall craftsman of the year to a female Dancehall craftsman "Kaakie". Despite the fact that the melody had disgusting verses, it was so expected by the media which made his melodic leap forward.
His most noteworthy melody hit in 2013, Dancehall lord overwhelmed the wireless transmissions. Shatta grain's melodic income is generally created through facilitating of shows which draws in generally 1000's of Ghanaian young people.
In 2015, Shatta Wale requested that not be named in the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards despite the fact that he might have won the renowned Artiste and Song of the year for the subsequent time running with his hit tunes "Dancehall Commando" highlighting Sarkodie, "Gathering the entire evening" including Jah Vinci, "Wine ya midsection" including Davido and "Korle Gonno" among many hit melodies he delivered the former year: on account of a looming legal dispute with the coordinators of the Awards Charter House Productions Ltd for purportedly offering slanderous comments against the CEO of Charter House in a video he transferred on his Facebook page.
Shatta Wale's hardwork in 2014, got him named for the lady and profoundly esteemed GN Bank Awards as the People's Choice Male Musician of the year.