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Why Shatta Wale Keeps Winning

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Why Shatta Wale Keeps Winning

Why Shatta Wale Keeps Winning

Shatta Wale’s intelligently unique branding has fortified his stance in the Ghana Music Industry. This is an artist who has been fought severally by envious competitors who lack sense of direction in the showbiz fraternity. Even though, some of Shatta Wale’s musical counterparts appear to also be good, they are a bunch of clueless accidental musicians who lack self-identity.

 

They have no idea about what they are doing in the music industry. They are not creative and smart. All they do is produce good songs, but can’t promote themselves. Showbiz is not only about dropping hit songs. Showbiz is a complex and delicate industry. You can work your ass out to join the entertainment bandwagon, but if you lack a well-established branding, your shine will gradually fade away, leaving you in tatters.

 

Shatta Wale has distinguished himself in several perspectives as a serious artist. Being musically creative, smart in money matters, good at winning beefs, good at entertaining fans, excellent at motivating his fans, assisting fans, spending enough time with his fans, hyping his fans and appreciating his fans and so forth. There is nothing much to be expected from the King of African Dancehall. He has bought cars and motorbikes for his fans. No truthful person will disagree that Shatta Wale is the best musician to ever exist on our musical map.

 

Ghana would have been incomplete without Shatta Wale. He is the only interesting musician I have ever known in my entire life. Since I started following Shatta Wale from the beginning of 2014, he has never disappointed me. It is as if Shatta Wale has a PhD degree in Showbiz and Musicology. He is exceptionally brilliant; it is time we appreciated his talent. If all Ghanaian musicians were to combine their songs, they wouldn’t still add up to Shatta Wale’s musical galleries. This tells you that Wale is a hard-working guy.

 

Aside his music prowess, Shatta Wale is the only musician who has mastered how to make money from criticisms. He turns all insults thrown at him into money. No wonder he is richer than other musicians. A good musician can’t survive without a huge following. This actually means that a good musician must not struggle to amass a strong fan base. Look at what is happening to Iwan & Samini. I pity these guys. They don’t know what they are doing in the industry. Even though, Iwan and Samini are musically not that bad, they lack branding. As a result, their fan bases are diminishing to the barest minimum.

 

 

These fake artistes have no influences. Their lack of solid branding is burying them. They are fading and going broke. For example, Iwan has lost about 99% of his fans. That is so sad. Today, we can see that Iwan is totally confused and frustrated. He made some serious mistakes which have caused him his whole career. The time Iwan started fighting Shatta Wale, I already declared him dead.

 

By the way, let’s take a quick look at some of the beefs Shatta Wale has won. Samini, Criss Wadle, Iwan, Yaa Pono, Sarkodie all the rest, lost their battle against Champion. They should have been asking themselves why Shatta Wale is still conquering the world. One fact people do not know is that; we Shatta Fans don’t care how well a colleague musician can compose song lyrics to diss our godfather. That is why Sarkodie’s supposed hit diss track (Advice) against Shatta Wale immediately blew up in front of his face after its release.

 

 

For the sake of their career and their future, no wise Ghanaian artist should ever think of dissing Shatta Wale for fame. You are only losing your meager fans. The Shatta Movement Empire is a moving train. Our momentum is gargantuan. Try to stop us; and we will crush you to your skeleton.

 

 

Thankfully, the other ignorant artists have an opportunity to learn from the Shatta Wale brand. They should stop the hate; and be humble to learn from their master.

I’m beginning to lose my temper. Goodbye. You Will Hear from Me Soon.

 

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The less you talk about Gyedu-Blay Ambolley the better – Appietus

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Reports this week had it that, Highlife legend, Gyedu Blay Ambolley on TV3’s ‘New Day’ opined that Appietus was not fit to lead the Musicians Union of Ghana.

The multiple hit factory stated that; if Appietus has any plans to lead any union, it should be that of sound engineers and not that of musicians; which is what MUSIGA represents.

Appiah Dankwah known to all as Appietus reacting in an interview on #DryveOfYourLyfe with PM on Y97.9FM in Takoradi said;

‘We shouldn’t waste time on Ambolley, the less we talk about him the better. He has contested 3 or 4 times and he has never won because of certain things’. Producers make musicians, without us there will be no musicians. We put them there and give them the opportunities, so why would you say because I’m a producer I’m not fit? We pick them when they’re nothing and groom them into something. So if there’s anyone who qualifies, it is us the producers, because we hold down the music.”

The Azonto Fiesta star added.

“So what Ambolley is saying is that, a musician qualifies but not the one who made him?”

The award-winning producer conceded that he won’t even be contesting this year because he’s embarking on a project and wants to focus that project.

Source: etvghana.com

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Most entertainment pundits are shallow – Socrates Sarfo fires

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Socrates Sarfo, the Director of Creative Arts, responsible for Programs & Projects at the National Commission on Culture (NCC), has advised entertainment talkshow hosts and their producers to engage quality pundits on their shows.

Socrates Sarfo who doubles as a movie producer appeared on Onua 95.1 FM entertainment talkshow Anigye Mmre hosted by Christian Agyei Frimpong saying, “If I have to say it as it is. I can tell you most of the pundits that appear on entertainment talk programs are shallow.”

“Most of the entertainment pundits come on radio / TV entertainment shows with nothing, sometimes some of them come with personal sentiments and streets ignorance” – he added

He therefore stressed stated that radio managers must know that, operating a radio station is not just about music, there are flagship programs they must invest to attract the audience.

Source: 3news.com

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Supporting a rising artiste not all about money – D-Black to Shatta Wale

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Supporting a rising artiste not all about money – D-Black to Shatta Wale

Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, known identified by his stage name D-Black has responded to a tweet by Shatta Wale saying money is the only means to promote budding artistes.

Reacting to the tweet from the dancehall artiste which he indirectly criticized Sarkodie’s Sarkcess Music Label for refusing to invest in the artiste he signed because he is broke, the Black Avenue Boss said he totally disagrees with Shatta Wale’s notion.

D-Black explained that there is more to managing an artiste than just the financial aspect that most people only focus on.

“I don’t agree with him. I think pushing an artiste is not just about the money. It’s about the artiste himself as well. If you don’t wake up every single morning thinking about how to promote your music. No matter how much money is pumped into you, it won’t work.” D Black said

Speaking to KOD and Cookietee on the Starr Drive on Starr 103.5Fm, the ‘Vera’ hitmaker said the artiste as an individual also needs to help the management by making it easier for his career to be promoted and recognized.

He stated that an artiste needs to involve himself as much as the manager because although the cost may not be on him, the success of his career depends on him.

“The fans want a personal connection with the musician. You can’t put money and shoot expensive videos and expect it to automatically turn into a hit record, No. Talk to the fans, connect with the fans, and engage them on social media. Do interviews and be ready to do free shows. It’s a whole package. It’s not just about the money.” D-Black added.

Source: kasapafmonline.com

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