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After ‘The Reign’, Shatta Wale Announces the Title of His Next Studio Album — FIND OUT

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Dancehall star Charles Nii-Armah Mensah Jnr, professionally known as Shatta Wale, has announced plans to release his next studio album, following the highly successful recent launch of his ‘The Reign’ album.

‘The Reign’ was launched to a packed Fantasy Dome of the Trade Fair Centre and was followed by a heavily patronized but controversial European tour and can be described as the most successful album of his career to date.

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(WATCH VIDEO) And Controversial Shatta Wale Came Out Of His "Arrogant Shell" To Make "Peace" With Wizkid At The 2018 Ghana Meets Naija Concert

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It was a night packed with fun at the GhanaMeetsNaija 2018 concert which was held at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair on Saturday, June 9, 2018.
It was rumoured that Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale would make a rapturous appearance at the 2018 GhanaMeetsNaija concert to battle it out with Nigeria’s Wizkid after engaging in numerous ‘beefs’ months back.

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OUT NOW! TICKETS FOR Ghana Meets Naija Hits Physical Stores

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OUT NOW! TICKETS FOR Ghana Meets Naija hits physical stores Empire Ghana, organizers of the annual Ghana Meets Naija have announced that tickets for #GhanaMeetsNaija18 are out at major physical outlets, and are selling for 120, 200 and 300 cedis.
Tickets are available at LIVE FM, STARR FM (located in the Meridian House, Ring Road), opposite Ecobank, and close to Nima Junction. Other outlets include Accra Mall, Achimota Mall and West Hills Mall, as well as Empire Ghana offices (located at Ridge, Accra, close to Alisa Hotel).

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PHOTOS: You Wouldn’t Believe How Badly The Ghana International Trade Fair Centre Has Been Left To Rot

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As a kid, the Ghana Intentional Trade Fair Centre was a near mythical venue. Even though I grew up just across the street from it, it wasn’t a place you just went there when you felt like.

It was the ultimate place to visit for a bit of fun, and any school trip to the trade fair was always the most patronised.

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