Dancehall King, Shatta Wale tells his story about his struggle, setbacks and triumphant comeback on his latest self-produced single titled "My Star Sign." Download and listen.
From "Story To Tell" to "Old Boy," here comes another one titled "My Star Sign." The constant progressive hit releases will definitely earn the Bullhaus artiste a gold this year.
Shatta Wale reminisces the struggle he went through during his comeback battle. He takes on Mark Okraku Mantey who he believes was one of his obstacles. "But little did I know...all the fame, never came with the money...distribute all, Okraku Mantey, says I never sold nothing...Yo! that was funny. So I moved on to another record label...hoping to get some food on the table" he said.
Shatta also talked about his long term relationship with his colleague Blakk Rasta -- how they rehearsed together and not being paid after shows.
He also talked about the fact that TV and radio personality, K.O.D was his closed friend but "he f**ked up at the end." Then EIB Network boss, Bola Ray came into the scene. The self-acclaimed Dancehall King claims Bola Ray had a problem with his promotion CD. "Bola Ray had a problem with my promo CD...He said I got to be professional, that I'm kid...Nigga said I was cheap...But that was a motivation" Wale spits.
Download and listen below.