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Entertainment of Thursday, 21 August 2014

Source: Flex Newspaper

Shatta Wale ambassador for Dance Against Racism?

After a successful tour in the United States of America, Shatta Wale has now been appointed as an ambassador for the Dance Against Racism project put together by Sara Galan.

According to his manager, Bulldog intimated that though the paper works are yet to be done; they have already met with Sala Galan and her Galang crew and discussion has gone on and on behalf of the management. They are grateful to the Ghanaian media for their support.

“We couldn't have done it without you. The aim for the dance against the racism project is to stand united against racism by making a linkup between dancers with different cultures but share the same passion for dance around the world.

It is so amazing when we were contacted by the Galang Crew that they wanted to use Shattawale," he affirmed.

He further indicated that "the amazing thing is that when you go on Youtube, videos are trending from dancers around the world including dancers from France, Sweden, Jamaica, America, Ghana, China, Poland and many more countries.

They are exhibiting their talent through their cultures and sharing with the world with artiste from West Africa Ghana to be specific."

After putting up a splendid performance at Spring Station 1 in Maryland, Chicago Ghana Fest and New York, Shatta Wale is set to continue with the tour train at Ohio and Atlanta.

The 2013 VGMA Artiste of the year has also shot his 'I am Blessed' video and also yet to be unveiled video for his 'Shatta Story,' a single he recorded in the States.

Speaking on Pluzz FM during Reggae Embassy show hosted by Fiifi Selah, Shatta Wale disclosed his collaborations with some Jamaican dancehall artistes, some artistes who are doing very well in the United States of America and also a Jamaican sound engineer who is ready to record an album for him.