Wonder Boy Stories Part 1: The Struggle Was Real Shatta Wale Shares His Story To Motivate The Youth
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Wonder Boy Stories Part 1: The Struggle Was Real Shatta Wale Shares His Story To Motivate The Youth

Shatta Wale Wonder Boy Stories Part 1

Ghanaian Dancehall performing artiste Shatta Wale Shares touching story about the struggle from Zero to Hero to inspire the youth.

The Gringo hit maker on Tuesday morning, October 8, took to social media to share with the world how his journey of becoming a great and successful musician began. The struggles was real

Shatta Wale in the post reminded us of how he started from scratch, producing works which people people saw as useless and worthless. Without forgetting to pen down the names of people who believed in his vision and supported him in coming up today well known as the man he is today.

Read his Wonder Boy story below this might be part 1 more coming soon

When I Started This Music Career, Most People Said I Wont Reach Anywhere

I bought a pentium 2 pc, installed fruity loops and started playing beats and all i could hear people say was , my beats were too dry and sounded like “Konko” but “paa kwesi” of tv3 “Music Music” fame gave me the opportunity to showcase a song i recorded called “dem a funny” he believed in my beat and that motivated me

Akuma Village,Tawala, Labadi Beach and nima was the only place i was pushing my music. big up to Osagyefo, Kojo Kombolo, Jah T, Mama and Papa Tawala, Billy Jane and her team for believing in me ..

THEY MOTIVATED ME

More of wonder boy stories coming up..

share some of the things you think you know about me if you know it was positive the world needs to know.

Thank You !

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