Ghanaian dancehall king, Shatta Wale has reminisced on how his past and struggle to the top was difficult for him as some Ghanaians refused to support him.
Most people know the story of Shatta Wale, who rose from zero to hero during hard times in the music industry in Ghana.
In the process of rising, Shatta actually met a lot of people, some helped and others rejected his style of music.
According to the dancehall artiste who was sharing his story ahead of his much anticipated Reign Concert remembered all who helped him get to the top and some of his memories.
In a post sighted by Gossips24.com on his facebook page he wrote; ” WHEN I STARTED THIS MUSIC CAREER, MOST PEOPLE SAID I WONT REACH ANYWHERE..I BOUGHT A PENTIUM 2 PC ,INSTALLED FRUITY LOOPS AND STARTED PLAYING BEATS AND ALL I COULD HEAR PEOPLE SAY WAS , MY BEATS WERE TOO DRY AND SOUNDED LIKE “KONKO” BUT “PAA KWESI” OF TV3 “MUSIC MUSIC” FAME GAVE ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO SHOWCASE A SONG I RECORDED CALLED “DEM A FUNNY”… HE BELIEVED IN MY BEAT AND THAT MOTIVATED ME .. AKUMA VILLAGE ,TAWALA, LABADI BEACH AND NIMA WAS THE ONLY PLACE I WAS PUSHING MY MUSIC. BIG UP TO OSAGYEFO , KOJO KOMBOLO ,JAH T, MAMA AND PAPA TAWALA , BILLY JANE AND HER TEAM FOR BELIEVING IN ME .. THEY MOTIVATED ME “