Shatta Wale has pledged to support and mentor new and upcoming artists as they launch their careers in the music industry.
In a recent interview on Empire FM in Takoradi, he stated that he did not have the opportunity to receive this sort of assistance when he was starting out, which caused him to make mistakes. As a result, he want to assist emerging talents in avoiding the same mistakes.
He claims that if he had someone to guide him at the start of his career, he would not have done certain songs or beefed people the way he did.
He mentioned, “Gradually, I would just love to support artistes that are really coming up and would wanna do music and take them through orientation of who an artiste should be because we didn’t get the opportunity to go through some orientations. Like if we did, we would not be singing some profane songs here and there, doing some diss tracks here and there,” he stated.
He continued; “My future plans involve identifying emerging talents and offering them guidance to comprehend the music business in Ghana. This initiative is designed to prevent them from repeating the same mistakes that some of us have experienced.”
The self-proclaimed “Dancehall King’s” speech has already gotten a lot of support from other industry players and fans, with many praising his commitment to promoting developing artists.