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Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale performs for 3 hours nonstop at Commonwealth Hall

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Ghana’s dancehall king, Shatta Wale once again shown that his relevance in the music industry can not be taken for granted. 

The Commonwealth Hall, a hall of residence at Ghana’s premiere university, the University of Ghana, celebrated their Hall week last week and ended the week with an Artiste Night. 

And in an energetic display of superiority, the ‘Island’ maker stood on his feet entertaining fans at the Commonwealth Hall for more than 2 hours nonstop. And it’s no mean achievement as many Ghanaian artistes will only dream such a feat but cannot dare it. 

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The beat maker/singer can boast of over 200 songs to his credit so if he says he would do something of the sort, it’s just a matter of the DJ dropping the tracks one by one. 

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But for the energy needed to achieve this, Shatta Wale definitely took in his favorite ‘energy booster’. Don’t ask me what it is because you already know.

Watch a video of his stage entry below; 

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