Dancehall Act, Shatta Wale, may have a lot of disciples following him from the ghetto but the truth is, there are a lot of the elite behind the artiste, regardless of his uncivilized and intolerable character.
Many Ghanaians have expressed their disappointment on why Shatta Wale’s ‘My Level’ should win highlife song of the year award, when there are pure highlife songs from Kuami Eugene, Daddy Lumba and the rest.
Also, British born musicologist, Professor John Collins has expressed surprise on why ‘My Level’ should be categorize as a highlife music.
Shatta Wale is a real piece of work, as our American brothers will say. In his world only one thing matters, which is himself, and thus he can somehow justify anything by relating it to himself.
My personal diagnosis is that he suffers from narcissistic personality disorder, because only such a person can use the kind of logic Wale is using just to justify his own actions.
Peace FM Entertainment Review show’s regular pundit and a former Public Relations Officer of the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG), Ola Michael has aired that Shatta Wale’s ‘My Level’ official video has some wack scenes.
According to Michael, a scientific look into the video really confirms that some of the concepts behind the visuals are absolute nonsense.
Self-acclaimed Dancehall king, Shatta Wale has dropped the official music video of his ‘stolen’ song, ‘My Level’ and truly, the music video depicts the content of the song.
The song has been tagged as one of the best songs released by the controversial dancehall artiste and it’s not surprising that his arch-rival, Stonebwoy has revealed that it’s his favourite song.