Shatta Wale Hints Of Retirement From Music After GOG Album
Shatta Movement boss and self-acclaimed ‘Dancehall King’ Shatta Wale has hinted that he will soon bow out from the music scene. He revealed this in a recent tweet by him that has got many wondering.
Born Charles Nii Armah Mensah, the Ghanaian Dancehall heavyweight made public his intentions to quit his musical career.
In a recent post on Twitter, the ‘Kaikai’ hitmaker who has won the hearts of many with his dynamic style and excellent voice control said he will call it quits, saying his Gift of God, GOG album is the retirement package.
Adding more light to his post, he said his intention was to venture into business to to create employment for others.
His tweet reads “THIS #GOGALBUM WILL BE MY RETIREMENT ALBUM. Made enough to go into new businesses and create employment for those who still want to follow the course !”
Wondering how people reacted to that news? We have a link to the tweet here for you to follow the thread. Don’t forget to follow us @activetvgh and tag us in your comments and retweets so we can see what your opinion is.
THIS #GOGALBUM WILL BE MY RETIREMENT ALBUM.— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) March 31, 2021
Made enough to go into new businesses and create employment for those who still want to follow the course !
His idea is good but is the Shatta Movement family ready for the early retirement of their boss? How do you see the music industry without the 1Don and do you think he will follow through with his words? Leave a comment so we know what you think.
Source: Naomi Martey