Shatta Wale aka Bandana From Ghana christened Charles Nii Armah Mensah who enjoys being called the African King of Dancehall has proved why his fans gave him that title. Last night was a lituation as M.anifest will call it. The African king of dancehall and his team organized a call for peace event dubbed SM Sanlah Remix 2016. The event was held at the “Music Birth City” Nima.
Although it was a raining day, Mr Mensah pulled devoted and loyal fans to his show. Critics have argued that this was the best ever Dancehall show held in the country so far as 15,000+ fans trooped to the Nima highway, devouring all odds to watch the “Champiooooooon” perform.
The Kakai hit maker who recorded as many as 100+ tracks last year was supposed to perform 150 of his tunes to the fans. It is believed that he was ready to execute all but the organizers started crying for the sound systems, since the King was still performing in the rains. The African king of Dancehall started his performance at 1:48am and ended at 4:39am.
Photos: Shatta Wale Shuts Down Nima as 15,000+ Fans Trooped To His Show amidst Heavy Rains
Among his hits track performed were No Time, Ghana Mi She, Havana, Mi Nuh Sell Out, Nima Mi Seh, Mi Nuh Hypocrite, Street Grow Me, Fans Dem Loyal, New Town, Free Up Di Gaza, Stinky Mouth, Champion, Baby (Chop Kiss), Kakai, ATM Remix, M3gye Wo Girl and the infamous Letter To Charter House. It is believed the amazing versatile Dancehall artist performed over 100 hits track.
QUESTION: How many tracks did he perform in total?
While you count them, we have rounded up a few shots of the event below. We hope you like them and don’t forget to share.
Photo Credit: Kwabena Awuku Photography