Zylofon Music’s Shatta Wale has announced that his Reign album will be released this October.

The Dancehall King made this announcement via his Instagram. In a video, he posted with the with the caption “after the storm comes “THE REIGN” This October … powered by @zylofonmusic_ and #shattamovement.”

 

The Reign album will be Shatta Wale’s first major album after signing to Zylofon Music.
Shatta Wale has already teased fans with Gringo off the Album which attained great heights in the music scene.

Source: Zylofon Media

Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, could not hold back his tears as he joined other Ghanaians at the one week memorial service held for the late musician, Ebony.

The event, which took place at the St Martin de Porres School at Dansoman in Accra, attracted several dignitaries including ministers, actors and musicians.

Shatta Wale, while at the venue for the event, is reported to have stated that God would punish all those who showed hatred to Ebony during her lifetime.

Ebony was involved in an accident on Thursday, February 8, 2018, that claimed also the lives of two others, Franky Kuri, her Personal Assistant and Lance Corporal Vondee, a military man.

The driver of the Jeep in which they were traveling is currently recuperating at the Bechem Government Hospital.

A few days after this incident, a man of God, Prophet E.K Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry, allegedly predicted that Shatta Wale would die by July 2008, if he failed to turn over a new leaf.

This comment reportedly infuriated the dancehall musician, as well as his family and friend.

His mother Elsie Evelyn Avemegah, reportedly threatened to sue all prophets who would declare that her son would die soon.

-GhanaWeb

Everybody had fun at this year’s S Concert which took place at Ohene Djan Sports Stadium on December 1 but one man who “probably” didn’t have fun was Shatta Wale’s Bodyguard.

Shatta Wale who performed at the S-Concert slapped his bodyguard for trying to protect him from his “over-excited” fan who climbed on to the stage to touch his leg.

The Bodyguard’s Mask fell off after the BiG slap…he jumped off stage few minutes after receiving the slap.

Watch the Video Below:

 

‘I’ll continue to serve Shatta Wale’ – slapped bodyguard speaks!

The bodyguard who got slapped by Shatta Wale, Biggie Sparta has spoken about the slap he received from the SM Boss during the S Concert.

According to the bodyguard, people will not understand the love he has for Shatta Wale and that even if he slaps him severally, he will continue to be loyal to Shatta Wale.

He indicated that he will be with Shatta Wale until his life is over and he will never sell out his boss saying “if Shatta Wale has slapped me is it your ears?”.

He indicated that it was just a stunt to give bloggers and the entire country something to talk about and they have achieved their aim.

Shatta Wale slapped Biggie Sparta while he was performing on the S Concert stage on Friday. The slap generated loads of discussions with people calling for an apology for the bodyguard from Shatta Wale.

Source: GhanaWeb

One of the most hard working musicians of our time Shatta Wale the Dancehall King has done what he’s best known for again.

In 2015, the dancehall act released close to a 100 songs and in 2016 he broke his own record by releasing 107 songs.

2017 has not ended but he has again broken his 2016 record by releasing 108 songs within the space of 11 months from January to November and from the look of things the chef is still in the kitchen cooking.

He has bagged a number of awards in 2017 which shows he’s doing remarkably well and has also released his cloud 9 album.

See all the songs compiled by Benisah Saviour below:

1 RealBadman- Prod.DjPerf(Dea
thWarrantRiddim)

2 MyGuy (prod.Willies beat)

3 GoMad ft 77(prod.WilliesBeat)

4 StrongMan

5 Rapture. (Prod.BrainyBeats)

6 Fufui

7 SoSad (prod.WilliesBeat)

8 GangsterNoDeyCallPolice (prod.Damaker)

9 ShattaPolice (prod.Damaker)

10 Hasanna ft Burnaboy(prod.Damaker)

11 TheOrder(Damaker)

12 Saturday night (prod.Da maker)

13 OMG (DaMaker)

14 GethoStar ft AddiSelf(DaMaker)

15 YouChop(DaMaker)

16 LifeChanger (Prod. Willis beats)

17 Dangote(prod.DaMaker)

18 Umbrella(ProdDaMaker)

19 Kasoa (Prod.NotNice)

20 Aplanke (prod.B2)

21 SkinPain (prod.Willies)

22 SayFi (Yaa pono diss) (Prod.DaMaker)

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23 Likes (Prod.DaMaker)

24 OneManKiller Iwan&RM diss(prod.DaMaker)

25 OpenAndClose (prod. Wilisbeats)

26 MayaaTra ft PopeSkiny(prod.Willies)

27 I run Ghana (prod.DaMaker)

28 Ayooo (Prod.Possigee)

29 Am blessed(WilisBeatz)

30 Comfortable Lead (Prod.DjPerf)

31 TakingOver ft 77,AddiSef,Captan(prod. Willis beat)

32 Dem Confuse (prod.Shawers)

33 Inna Dancehall (Prod.SilverBirds)

34 London girls (prod.B2)

35 Caan stop me (prod.Tanzanite riddim)

36 Bumper (WillisBeats)

37 Allo ft Kwaw kese(willisBeatz)

38 Adwoa ft Pope skinny (Prd Monies Beat)

39 The Paper (prod Monies Beat)

40 You shock me (prd Willis Beats)

41 Low Tempo ft Michy ( prd Monies beats)

42 Real Monster (Da Maker)

43. Stop Talk (Prod. Nektunez )

44 Bleed and Run (prd Da Maker)

45 Victoria ft Duke D2 (prd Da Maker)

46 Forgetti ft Militants x Pope x Natty Lee (Prd Willis Beats)

47 Maxwell Adam Mahama (Tribute) (Prd DaMaker)

48 Ma Chargie (Prod MOG)

49 Dancehall Girl (prod. Epik Music group)

50 Level (prod. Pee on da Beat)

51 These Times (Progress Riddim)

52 Go shordy ft Michy x Majesty (Keena gh)

53 Shut up ft Pope Skinny (prod. B2)

54 Magazine Release (prod. Da maker)

55 Tamale (Prod. Mog beats)

56 Bag a Money (prod. Zack Ariyah)

57 4lyf Mi seh (prod. Da maker)

58 Penalty (prod. Willis beats)

59 BulletProof (prod. Willis Beatz)

60 Waitti (prod. Mog beats)

61 Its My Life ft Sarkodie (prod.shawers)

62 Control Ghana ft Militants (Addi x captan) (Da Maker)

63 Fool Is The last to Know (prod YGF)

64 More Glory (prod. DJ Hubby)

65 My Queen ft Aidonia (prod.)

66 Haters ft Mr Eazi (Prod. Zimbabwe)

67 Hater Gone (Mastered by Da maker)

68 Get Rich (prod. Good Good)

69 FUCKING (prod Mog beats)

70 Black Friday (prod. Mog beats)

71 I Try (prod Willis Beatz)

72 Dance baby (prod Damage Music)

73 paparazzi Chill (prod Keena Gh)

74 Duna (prod. Da maker)

75 Ghamro (Leaked) (prod. Shawers)

76 Ashaiman (prod. Shawers)

77 Mkportor kportor (prod No Joke Record)

78 Affi Di MONEY (RIDDIM)

79 If Its a Game (prod. Cobby)

80 Gangster Check MEDLEY ft Militants (Addi x captan) (prod. Da maker)

81 Freedom (prod. Willis beats)

82 Stop Land guard (prod. Willis beats)

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83 Birthday skits (prod. Da maker)

CLOUD 9 ALBUM 6 TRACKS (Mastered by Da maker)
84 Just Make Money

85 Grow Bad

86 Shit is Lit

87 Feel So Stupid

88 My Frenz

89 Never Plan For This

90 See Da fool (prod. Willis beats)

91 Nobody go Talk (prod. Keena Gh)

92 Starbwoy (prod. Da maker)

93 Rado Rado (prod. MOG BEATS)

94 Handle It (prod. Possigee)

95 Korle Bu (prod. BeatBoss)

96 Wo Trumu Korr (Obour x Music Industry Diss) (prod. Smokey)

97 World Record (prod. Money Beat)

98 Diamond (prod. MOG BEATS)

99 Oh Ghana (prod. YoungKid Royal)

100 shame on You (TicTac Diss) (prod. Shawers)

101 Disaster (Wizkid Diss) (prod. Willis Beatz)

102 Dancehall Landlord (Timaya x Patoranking Diss) (prod. Da Maker)

103 Patoranking (Patoranking Diss) (prod. Da maker)

104 Oluwa is My Boss (prod. Willis Beats)

105 Satan Company (Samini Diss) (prod. Willis)

106 Timaya (Timaya Diss) (prod. Mog beats)

107 Ina Mi Corner ft Addi x captan x Rysto (prod sampled Popcaaan Riddim)

108 Neighborhood hero (prod. Shawers) 6th

Source: sixtolyf.com

Popular Nigerian dancehall artiste, Patoranking, has arrived in Ghana amid Shatta Wale’s rants and verbal attacks.

Shatta Wale who fueled the ‘beef’ between him and some Nigerian artistes last week on his social media handles released a tune titled “Patoranking”, on which he ‘dissed’ Patoranking and Timaya on this same song which was produced by himself.

The ‘Taking Over’ hit-marker also threatened Patoranking, WizKid and Timaya with a gun in a video that went viral on Facebook over the weekend.

Regardless of the verbal attacks, warning, threats and social media rants of Shatta Wale, Patoranking who just released his new single ‘Available’ arrived in Ghana to record and shoot a video of the new song Ghanaian dancehall sensation MzVee featured on.

Patoranking announced his presence in Ghana on his official Facebook wall with the caption Ghana Sunday with @mastergarzy #Available

Source: GhanaWeb

The Zimbabwean dancehall Igwe, Winky D has been nominated for an international award. Winky D was nominated for the Best Reggae Dancehall Artist award alongside other African dancehall acts, Shatta Wale, Patoranking, Burnaboy and Bebe Cool.

The annual African Entertainment Awards are hosted in Toronto, Canada to celebrate the African-Canadian Culture.

This years event will be held on the 21st of October.

To vote you simply need to visit the AEAC website: aeawards.ca/nominees.html and click on your favorite artist in each category. There are about sixteen sub-categories in the International Category that Winky D and others are nominated in. If you just want to vote for this just scroll to the end.

Other African dancehall artists to note who are also nominated for the awards are Ghanaian Stonebwoy and MzVee.

So what are you waiting for head over and vote, spread the word!

BullDog, former manager of Shatta Wale claims the latter is in “pain” as a result of his inability to snag a Black Entertainment Television (BET) awards nomination in spite of his popularity.

He told KOD on The Zone on Starr 103.5 FM, Wale’s attempt to rubbish the awards scheme is borne out of pain.

“I think for me it is pain that is making him do that and it is wrong. And that’s my problem with Artistes down here, if you look at Nigeria they are all supportive of each other and it is sad that we had just a slot at the BET but whoever it is we should be able to support everyone even if it was him Shatta Wale we all support him and same should be extended to Stonebwoy and nobody should hate, and say that because someone didn’t do something or because they have issues with the person they will be writing all sorts of things about the person, it’s not the best.”

Wale and his fan base believe his inability to get a BET Awards nomination is a result of sabotage by some personalities in the Ghanaian music industry.

Moments after he failed to get a nomination this year, he tried to rubbished the awards scheme via his posts on Social Media.

“My B. E.C.E certificate sef ano know where edeh..Then we deh come worry about BET… Money deh call me for my brain… ” read one of his posts.

Source: GhanaStar.com

The battle for the Africa’s King of Dancehall is far from over.

Today we feature Africa’s best dancehall star in a head to head (song for song) mix to see who has the crown.

The mix features Winky D, one of Zimbabwe’s best dancehall artists, currently holding the title as the King of Dancehall (‘Dancehall Igwe’ as he calls himself). His single ‘Disappear’ has been played in different countries across Africa, with some remixes. It was also featured on BBC Radio 1Xtra where it finished on number one.

In this mix Winky D takes on Ghana’s most prolific dancehall star Shatta Wale who has been referred to by many including Alkaline as the African King of Dancehall. Shatta Wale, whose real name is Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, has dropped many hits that have crossed continents including “All About The Money (Remix)” with Alkaline and other.

He recently won the award for best dancehall artist at the African Entertainment Awards – USA, Winky D was also nominated for the same award.

Check out the mix below (or click here), we tried to keep it clean with less distractions to allow for your honest judgment. Playing one song after another from each artist. After listening to the audio give us your feedback, who do you think is the African King of Dancehall? (Poll below)

Songs:

  • Winky D – Disappear
  • Shatta Wale – Dont Be Silly
  • Winky D – Karma
  • Shatta Wale – Chop Kiss
  • Winky D – Gafa Party
  • Shatta Wale – By Force