Shatta Wale on his Whats App updated on Wednesday, 10: 03am, “Dnt be surprised if they mess up again..I dont trust dem.” According to findings of www.233times.comm , we were tipped from deep throat of the Dancehall King in Ghana that, that update was in reference to the ‘Artiste of the year’ category which many are confident he is the obvious choice.
Shatta Wale is the voice of Ghana Music now undeniably which makes more than half of Ghanaian populace confident that he is the one Charter House should award and reward as the ‘Artiste of the year.’ Whether it goes as many posit or not, Shatta Wale would be fine musically.
Again, should he lose the ‘Artiste of the year’ to Sarkodie who is a strong contender in that category, he would be celebrated more than he is now and the media would cover him than ever. One reason being that, panelists would unendingly defend him on their popular entertainment shows which are the sources of most Entertainment Reporters and Bloggers.
Also, Shatta Wale if he loses Artiste of the year which he is keen on it more than his health would release his usual ‘letter’ songs which would get wide airplay. Postmortem of Ghana Music Awards run for more than a month after the event and if Shatta Wale should musically write to Charter House, that would be a start-up song for most of the shows when they are about to dissect the awards.
An advice to Shatta Wale and his management board is that, they should embrace whatever result the awards brings because win or lose, Shatta Wale would still be celebrated but much more celebrated should he lose.
www.233times.com wishes the leader of the Shatta Movement the best of luck.
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