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Shatta Wale Biography, Age, Wiki, Career, Family, Net Worth, Instagram & Twitter

Charles Nii Armah Mensah jr. Also known as Shatta Wale, he is a successful reggae-dancehall musician who has become so wealthy for himself, letting his fans research the Shatta Wale net worth from Forbes 2020 online.

Shatta Wale Wiki

Full Name:  Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr.

Net Worth in Dollars: $6.2 Million

Country Of Origin: Ghana

Profession: Music Producer / Artiste / Entertainer

Charges Per Show: Varies

Marital Status: Married

Age / Date of Birth: October 17, 1984

Private Phone Number: Not Available

Record Label: Nedjon Media, Shatta Movement Empire, Shatta Movement Music Production, SM 4 LYF Records

Shatta Wale Biography

Born on October 17, 1984, the producer of Ghanaian origin began his musical career in high school. Immediately after school, he changed his name to Bandana and has been a very successful musician. Bandana even went to Jamaica to learn dancehall music! Shatta Wale net worth has become a popular subject of research as the king of dancehall continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

Musical career

Shatta Wale started writing and recording music from high school. He did not leave like many other musicians because his parents appreciated education very much, but he devoted himself to music full time. He was inspired by the famous Ghanaian reggae musician, Yoggy-Doggy, and began his career under the stage name Doggy.

After a lot of hard work and persistence, Wale signed a new contract with a music studio, then became Bandana by launching the hit song “Bandana from Ghana” in 2004. He said he chose the name Bandana because he preferred the Bandana as clothing at the time.

He paused for a long time and reappeared in 2013 as Shatta Wale. During the interview, the singer revealed that after consulting God, he decided to rename Shatta Wale. Shatta is Jamaican slang for “Gangster,” while WALE is an acronym for “World Alerted Lyrical Entertainer”. In a period of silence before taking the stage name, he claimed to have studied in Jamaica the musical genre he now believes to reign: Dancehall.

Record holder

Shatta Wale broke the world record after becoming the first musician to play 118 songs overnight. The current performance took place on July 23 in Nima. The falling rain did not stop Shatt Wale or his loyal fans from taking full control of the night.


As she has a warm relationship with her father, Nii Akramah Mensah, Wale is also the favorite son of her mother, Elsie Evelyn Avemegah. She once shared a photo of him and his mother on Facebook after buying him a car for his birthday, adding that she hopes to buy him a mansion soon.

Shatta Wale Net worth

With a successful career in entertainment, money can be earned. Shatta Wale is a person who likes to show off her strengths so that the world knows that hard work and dedication are the keys to success. In 2016, the artist bought a mansion in East Legon and shared a photo of him standing behind the villa’s pool.

We remember that the king of the ballroom discovered an interest in real estate and posted a photo of him and his mother in front of their “new house.”

So, judging by his million-dollar mansion, luxury cars, businesses, and approvals, Shatt Wale’s net worth is around $ 6.2 million. He is also the CEO of the Shatta movement and brand ambassador for Guinness Ghana breweries, which is another asset for his cash flow.

Awards and Achievements

  • Shatta won the Best New Artist award at the International Reggae and World Music Awards.
  • At the Nigeria Entertainment Awards 2014, the King of Dancehall won the African Artiste of the Year award.
  • He was nominated for the first GN Bank awards in the category for the Male Musician of the Year.
  • In 2015, E-TV Ghana was named the 38th most influential Ghana in its annual influential people survey in Ghana.

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