Shatta Wale attended the Seven Great Princes Academy in Dansoman, an Accra suburb, where he exhibited an aptitude for the arts and starred in the National Theatre of Ghana’s popular drama series, By the Fireside.
He began his early music career under the alias Doggy, a name he adopted in honor of his favorite DanceHall singer at the time, Yoggy Doggy.
He was the first Ghanaian to arrange the Faith event, a digital event on YouTube. During the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the performance was staged to give hope to Ghanaians and their global audience at large.
He was chosen by Ghana’s Ministry of Communications as the headline act for the COVID-19 app virtual launch concert on Monday, April 13, 2020, alongside Highlife performer Kuami Eugene.
On Saturday, October 17, 2020, he celebrated his 36th birthday with a large birthday party attended by family and friends at his East Legon home.
He holds the record for being the first musician to host a stadium event all by himself that was completely sold out.
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