How Much Does Shatta Wale Charge for a Show?



How Much Does Shatta Wale Charge for a Show?

About Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale is a Ghanaian reggae/dancehall musician, actor and producer birthed as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr. on the 17th of October, 1984. Shatta Wale is famed for his hit song titled "Dancehall King".

This single won got his name on the lips of millions after the release, and also, it won him the Artiste of the Year award at the 2014 edition of the Ghana Music Awards. Indeed, Shatta Wale is a Dancehall music King as he travelled to learn Dancehall in Jamaica.

As an actor, Shatta Wale starred in the movie titled "Never Say Never" and "Shattered Lives" alongside popular Ghanaian actor Majid Michel and fellow Ghanaian musician Bisa Kdei. He was born to Charles Mensah Snr. and Elsie Evelyn Avemegah. Shatta Wale has made a lot of fortune in music, he's also the CEO of the Shatta Wale Movement.

In 2014, Shatta Wale bagged an ambassadorial deal with Guiness Ghana Breweries. This deal was also signed at same time of the year with other Ghana music acts like El, Fuse ODG and Reggie Rockstone. He's also a Rush Energy Drink brand ambassador and is paid thousands of ¢cedes.

In September 2017, Shatta Wale was unveiled by alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages manufacturing company in Ghana, Kasapreko Company Ltd, as their newest brand ambassador and advocate for their newly manufactured energy drink known as Storm Energy Drink.

How Much Does Shatta Wale Charge for a Show?

How Much Does Shatta Wale Charge for a Show?

Shatta Wale is a topnotch Ghanaian artiste and he's well known across Ghana. He's also one of Ghana's most influential music voices and has been in the music industry for quite a long time. He's got several hundred thousands of followers and his fans have crossed millions.

His songs are hit songs and they go viral in neighboring Africa States, Nigeria included. Shatta Wale earns nothing below ¢80,000 per show when booked to perform, and show bookings form a reasonable part of his entire earnings annually.




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