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Shatta Wale Releases "Another Letter" For Charterhouese   
 
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04-Mar-2014  
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Self-acclaimed Dancehall king ‘ina de whole Ghana’ Shatta Wale has released a new single directed at Charterhouse organizers of Ghana Music Awards after the release of this year’s VGMA nominees.

The song titled “Another Letter” speaks about the fact that he has been nominated again for VGMAs. He asked why the VGMA board decided to nominate him again adding that only God knows why they nominated him again.

In the song, Shatta Wale said his people are going to vote for him again and warned Charterhouse not to ‘steal’ his votes again “because everyone knows who run the game. So remember you can’t stop the fame”.
The “Enter the Net” singer had a piece of advice for Charterhouse in the second verse. “My little advice to them all is to treat artiste all equal”, Shatta sings.

It will be recalled that last year, when Shatta Wale failed to win the “Reggae Dancehall artiste of the year” won by dancehall queen Kaakie, he took the organizers to the cleaners, using very unprintable words on them in a song titled ‘Letter to Charterhouse’.

So after staging a strong comeback, getting multiple nominations at this year’s VGMAs launched last Saturday March 1, 2014, he’s gone ahead to release another song dedicated to the organizers but this time around It’s all good, clean and soft which can easily be played on radio at any time of the day.

We only wonder what would happen if Shatta Wale does not win any award this.

Check out "Another Letter" by Shatta Wale:


 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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