Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, professional known as Shatta Wale, has said that his “My Level” video concept speaks about life in general as no one will stay on top forever, hence, must prepare for life after fame.

Shatta Wale, the SM boss, in an interview on Zylofon’s Showbiz Agenda explained that the concept of “My Level” video was to tell each and every one that whatever your level is now, you aren’t going to be there forever, especially, if you are on top. He, therefore, advised through the video that one must prepare for life after present position, especially the famous ones.


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The “Gringo” hitmaker was called to talk about his yet-to-be released video for his track “Island”, which he said whoever criticizes it would be a fool and an illiterate. The SM boss jokingly at the earliest part of the interview related the fall in his “My Level” video to the prophecy of his death on December 24, 2019.

He went ahead to rubbish all the suggestion people are making in relation to the “My Level” video as he has a very different way of thinking as compared to them.

He, however, revealed that he’s been contracted by the Liberian government to help solve “a beefing” issue brewing between some up and coming musicians in Liberia.


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He also revealed that his “Island” track is currently third on the Jamaican music list.


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