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I’m Happy For Sarkodie, Stonebwoy & Black Sherif- Shatta Wale

Following the huge success of his Freedom Wave Concert and similar concerts masterminded by his colleagues in the mainstream, Shatta Wale has declared 2022 as the memorable year of his life.

Born Charles Nii Armah Mensah, the multiple award-winning Dancehall act congratulated Medikal, Criss Waddle, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, and rapper Black Sherif for pulling a massive crowd to the individual concerts they masterminded during the yuletide.

In a Twitter post, Shatta Wale wrote;

 I think this year is my happiest year ever. Seeing me and my brothers win together is just too much for me MDK, WADDLE, SARK, STONE BLACKO ETC… Clap for Ghana.

Similarly, Shatta Wale previously recognized Stonebwoy’s input into his annual Bhim Concert which took place on Friday, December 23 at the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).

He duly patted him on the shoulder, saying the show in its entirety was great and Stonebwoy’s performance was top-class.

Meanwhile, other mainstream Ghanaian musicians who added their aura to the concert designed to entertain Stonebwoy’s fans generically known as Bhim Nation, included Sarkodie, D-Black, Efya, MzVee, Mr Drew, Tiny, Darkovibes.

Additionally, Jamaican musician Busy Signal and South Africa’s Costa Titch were also present to entertain the charged crowd.

Three-time Grammy-nominated singer Rocky Dawuni and the actress Ama K. Abebrese were amongst a host of distinguished personalities who stormed the venue to watch the show.

Commenting on the 2022 Bhim Concert, Wale said;

Today be the first time ago watch #Bhimconcert2022 and nobody see me, that was world top class performance… Efo Eje agba agba

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