Hard work indeed pays.
Amidst the Shatta Wale and Sarkodie Brouhaha lies the much-awaited Wonder Boy Album Launch by the Dancehall Musician Shatta Wale.
Ahead of the Wonder Boy Album launch, Shatta Wale engaged his fans on Twitter on his journey so far.
A Trip Down Memory Lane
Success doesn’t come easily, it requires hard work, passion and dedication.
The Dancehall Musician has distinguished himself by passion, hard work and dedication as evidenced in his back to back hits and several awards won over the years.
Shatta Wale might not have won any BET award but he has achieved a lot for himself as a Musician.
In response to Shatta Wale’s post, his fans shared several heart touching memories with the Artist.
A fan with the Twitter handle @jayfoley2131 wrote “ In 2001- you were so eager to learn your own beats. I recall how you will call me countless times to add this, change that, move this etc. One of our last Sessions was at REDHOOK STUDIOS in Mamprobi with @trigmaticrocks @iamedem Do you remember the song’s chorus Lol?”.
Another fan @MagikalA also wrote “When u came back as Shatta Wale many people said u won’t last long but because man can’t be God today u are one of the best thing ever to happen in Ghana Music Industry hail u real fighter hail u King Already hail u minigod” and many more.
Praises, congratulatory and encouraging messages kept flooding Shatta Wale’s timeline on Twitter.
Shatta Wale’s Musical Journey from Bandana to the household name we now know is inspirational.
His journey taught us one thing; in life failure is inevitable.
What is most important is our ability to bounce back and fight till our dreams become a reality.
Shatta failed once as Bandana nevertheless, it didn’t deter him from pursuing his ambitions.
Take a cue from this as we await the Wonder Boy Album launch on the 19th of October at the Fantasy Dome.