The Militants Founder and boss, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr aka Shatta Wale, was in Kumasi with some underground artistes who are striving to make it big for the culture. The discoverers of the Kumerica vibe were privileged to have had Shatta Wale in their midst as he is doing so much for the local movement which took roots after the likes of Zionfelix, Yaa Jackson, Kojo Nkansah Lilwin, Reggie Rockstone, Amerado Burner and others made it so. They even came out with a hit with their single dubbed “Kumerica”.
Reacting to this, one of Ghana’s finest entertainment pundits, George M. Britton, posted;
***I doff my hat for man like Shatta Wale ( Charles Nii Armah Mensah) and his SM Empire for his practical growth after his 2nd coming. I would love to commend him too on this awesome Kumerica Invasion Project and the support he’s giving out to these young Kumerican Kings. Surely these favours will returned to him in blessings.
1Don will sooner or later become a religion. I’m not surprised that he’s actually being studied at school. I had goosebumps watching him and the number of ppl who came out to get a glimpse of him. Shatta is some different guy n I’m glad and proud that he’s one of our own, a Ghanaian and an African.
Long Live Shatta Wale, Long Live Ghana Music. #GeorgeBritton***
Do you agree with him on this?