Ghanaian dancehall legend, Shatta Wale
The matchless ‘Dancehall King’, Shatta Wale, has determinedly expressed that he has no goals of wearing any political hues this year, as the fervently general elections 2016 are drawing near.
Superstars, for example, John Dumelo and Bukom Banku have made their inclinations entirely clear, and have hit the battle field for the President as of now.
Shatta Wale, nonetheless, has made it clear he would stay unbiased. His dad, Nii-Armah Mensah Snr, is a supporter of the ruling party, NDC, but Shatta Wale isn’t going to follow him.
Moreover, While speaking to the media in Canada, the representative of Shatta Wale, Chris Koney, said that, Kakai hitmaker would effectively avoid supporting any Political Party just to focus on his music career, and he will use his stage and music to to promote a serene elections 2016.
‘Shatta is not going to support any political party. As a Ghanaian legendary artist, he will keep on preaching about peace and urge the youth to avoid any violence in the upcoming elections with a specific end goal to assemble a more grounded Ghana since it’s critical we understand that, peace cannot be accomplished through brutality however just achieved through comprehension’, he told the host.
Koney, talking further, included whatever meat may have existed between two best dancehall artists of Ghana, Shatta Wale and Samini have now been suppressed. ‘There is no ill will amongst Shatta and Samini. He (Shatta) takes him (Samini) just as a fellow artist’, he proceeded.
However, they are not companions. Whatever happened before is only a part of dancehall and in this sort of music, you have to get your consistency (right), so it is the thing that it is!”
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