Shatta Wale on his celebrity status: “I feel trapped, so it’s not easy for me.”Shatta Wale, a Ghanaian dancehall musician, said he is aware of both the benefits and drawbacks of fame.
He discussed the challenges he faces as a celebrity and how he handles them in an exclusive interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
The “My Level” Crooner who is well-known for his direct and honest demeanor, stated that he wants to remain genuine and honest with people despite his status as a public personality.
He expressed how much he wants to feel like an ordinary person when he’s not performing and how, when he travels to cities like London, he feels more free than he usually does in Ghana.
“I think I’m brutally honest; I want to be honest with people; I want to be real with people,” Shatta said of his experiences as a public figure in Ghana and the United Kingdom. When I’m not on stage, I want to feel like a normal human, and coming to London gives me that feeling because I can’t go anywhere in Ghana.”
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The musician elaborated on his need to feel normal, which often leads him to respond strongly to critics on social media in order to feel connected to the “streets.”
Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr. is a reggae-dancehall musician from Ghana. Shatta Wale, formerly Bandana, is his stage name.
His most well-known singles include “Dancehall King,” “My Level,” and “We Taking Over.” He is also known for the song “Already” from Beyoncé’s Black Is King, which featured Major Lazer.
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