Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale who was recently enskinned as a King (Dancehall Naa) in Tamale has started making promises to the youth of Tamale.
According to him, he plans of building a huge studio in Tamale which is set to teach and unearth new talents in Tamale.
Shatta Wale was enskinned as the ‘Dancehall King’ by the Chief of Tamale, Nyeb-Dakpema Fusieni Bawa at a short ceremony in Tamale on Friday, June 7. The next day, Dancehall Naa together with Macassio thrilled their audiences a massive concert held in the town.
The “Gringo” hit maker made such intentions known when he was speaking with George Quaye on Joy FM after he asked him what he had the youth of Tamale.
“Yes, i promise the big Chiefs and Elders over there that i will soon set up huge studio in Tamale and teach the youths how to make music. Teach them how to make good songs, get hit songs and make some money out of music.”
“I told them that i would again go into large scale farming, so as to employ more youths over there.”