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The decision by Ghana Music Awards organizers not to nominate Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale is haunting the latter says Prince Tsegah, an entertainment pundit.

Shatta Wale’s exclusion from the VGMA is psychologically tormenting him,” explained Tsegah during a discussion on The Red Carpet Show on Joy Prime.

Anytime you (Shatta Wale) reach out to thousands of people, you want to run a brand down that means in your mind, that brand is always there, it’s the nightmare of Shatta Wale.

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Read below our exclusive report about the decision by CharterHouse in early 2016.

Dancehall Muscian Shatta Wale faces being banned for a good number of years by organizers of the Ghana Music Awards. sources say a decision has been reached and should be communicated to the artiste and general public.

“They must have taken a decision by now so i am sure they will get to tell us something in hours or in the next few days, ” a source, who was once active in Ghana’s music space and has years of industry expertise projected Tuesday.

Two years ago, the ‘Kakai’ hitmaker warned the awards scheme against nominating any of his works. On the night of the show last year, he headlined a concert at the beach, supported by Sarkodie, who also had his own issues with CharterHouse.

Even though Shatta Wale had a good year in 2015, there has been a lot of debate as to whether he should be awarded by the music body he called all sorts of derogatory names.

His fans have in recent days called for a boycott of headline sponsors Vodafone, should their ‘idol’ not get any nominations. Wale submitted his works a fortnight ago.

Shatta Wale’s disagreement with CharterHouse started when he lost out on a dancehall category award to Kaakie in 2013. He insulted both the company and Kaakie, later recording a song in which he claimed he didn’t need any award.

He also recorded videos in which he called CharterHouse and its CEO names, leading to the former being sued.

Months down the line, he apologized to CharterHouse, its CEO and Samini after the birth of his son asking they start their relationships altogether and on a ‘fresh’ page.



In an angry tone, the pastor expressed her displeasure over her congregation refusing to contribute money for her birthday celebration.

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Young Lady Cries For Help To Be Saved From Her Rich Abusive Husband | WATCH



A young girl believed to be in her 20s has sent a passionate appeal to Ghanaians for help as she is constantly abused by her rich husband.

The girl who is a former student of Wesley Girls Senior High School claimed she has been married for less than two years and she is abused repeatedly by her husband.

In a video, the young lady who was shedding uncontrollable tears indicated that she is a mother of two who is unemployed because he husband refused to allow her to get a job.

According to the girl who is also a product of the University of Cape Coast, her husband is from a very affluent home who constantly abuses her for no reason.

“I have been married for less than two years. My husband did this to me, his family is quiet affluent. I have two kids with him. I am from a very poor home, I need a lawyer. I am jobless because he didn’t want me to work. I don’t have money for a lawyer, I am a product of Wesley Girls. Ghana, please help me”, the young lady said amid tears.

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The former student of Wesley Girls Senior High School called on human rights activists and lawyers to come to her aid.

She explained that she is from a very poor home and cannot afford the services of a lawyer.

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Qatmann Feat Ypee – Ena Ena (Official Video)



Black Nemes Forever (BNF) signee Qatamann might have been under for a while now but this new release ‘Ena Ena’ featuring YPee has gotten the streets on a different vibe.

Stream Ena Ena by Qatmann featuring YPee –

The world has come to accept the new drill wave from Kumerica and Qatmann through this record has made a great impression of what it stands for.

Directed and shot by Sqetch and Boosie, the video serves fans the street life of an everyday Kumerican that boasts of brotherhood and love from all aspects.

‘Ena Ena’ addresses the issues of backbiters whose aim is to pull people down while they are busy uplifting themselves and making themselves better.

Mixing and Mastering Credit to Sickbeatz

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