Synonyms for shatta or Related words with shatta

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Examples of "shatta"
The song garnered many responses from fans, critics and some notable Ghanaian musicians like Shatta Wale, EL and Reggie Rockstone. "...I love beef especially ones with no spices...", Shatta Wale tweeted.
Shatta Wale Almost Clocked Hundred Songs for 2015.
Shatta, on an educational campaign dubbed "Shatta Back to School Campaign" along with his Shatta Movement Management Team donated some educational materials to some schools which were selected in by the team in collaboration with the regional unit of the Ghana Educational Service as well as the Techiman Traditional Council.
In 1945, "Beit hash Shitta" had 590 inhabitants, all Jews. It was noted that "Shatta" was an alternative name.
Shatta, the dance hall superstar has also been unveiled as the brand ambassador for newest energy drink on the market the Rush Energy Drink
She is the owner and proprietor of Shatta (a dwarfish fashion house) as well as the partner in business and love of Pepe.
The kibbutz was later named after the biblical town Beit Hashita, where the Midianites fled after being beaten by Gideon (Judges 7:22), thought to be located where Shatta was. It falls under the jurisdiction of Gilboa Regional Council.
In 2014, Shatta Wale was unveiled as one of the brand ambassadors of Guinness Ghana Breweries along with other musicians like Reggie Rockstone, EL, and Fuse ODG for Made of Black campaign
The village was located 12.5 kilometers northwest of Baysan, on a hilltop. Together with the village of Shatta, it was considered the western gate to the plain of Baysan.
His greatest hit in 2013, "Dancehall king" took the airwaves by surprise. Shatta wale's musical revenue is mostly generated through hosting of shows which attracts most 1000's of Ghanaian youths.
As part of his philanthropy works, on February 8, 2016, Shatta Wale donated some items to the Police Hospital in Accra. These items included 3 LED TV, Wheel Chairs, Beverages, Detergents, and many others. He also made an undisclosed cash donation to save the life of a young girl and also to help with general administrative work at the government-owned establishment. According to Shatta, he chose the Police Hospital because "Today we donated some items to the police hospital in Accra-Osu. Since this was the hospital I was born in, I and my shatta movement management and crew decided to visit the children's ward. We will be visiting most hospitals as time goes on..#notime #SMTAKEOVA".
Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., (born 17 October 1984) known by his stage name Shatta Wale (formerly "Bandana"), is a Ghanaian born producer and reggae-dancehall musician. He is best known for his biggest breakthrough hit song "Dancehall King" which led to winning the "Artiste of the Year" at the 2014 edition of the Ghana Music Awards. Shatta Wale has in recent times demonstrated that he can act as well by featuring in his first ever movie titled Never Say Never featuring Charles Kofi Bucknor, Edward Kufuor and Paulina Oduro and also featuring in Shattered Lives along with Bisa K'dei and Majid Michel
Charles attended Winneba Secondary School and during that time he was popularly known as 'Ayoz'. He changed his name to "Bandana" after senior high school and released the hit track "Bandana from Ghana". The song made tremendous air waves in the Ghanaian music industry in 2004. After the release of his first album titled Bandana from Ghana, then Bandana went into musical hiatus until he re-branded himself to Shatta Wale and released his hit song Dancehall King in 2013. He is the leader, chief executive officer (CEO) and founder of the Shatta Movement (SM) or (SM4LYF).
Their second full length album "Spreading Silence" was released via digital distribution, March 15, 2010, at on Neurodisc/Universal Records featuring additional vocalists Jeff Baldwin, Katy Gunn, Shatta Mejia, and Jessie Nieuwenhuis, and additional production from Jeff Baldwin, David Fisher, John Kanselaar, Keith Schweitzer, Joe Tagliareni, Matt Vacca and Malik Worthy.
The kibbutz traces its origin to a group meeting held in Hadera in 1928, by "Kvuzat HaHugim" of the HaMahanot HaOlim movement from Haifa and Jerusalem. The first members lived at nearby Ein Harod until 1934, when establishment of the kibbutz began at its present location about 1 km east of the depopulated village of Shatta.
Abdel Moneim Mustafa Hussein (عبدالمؤمن مصطفى حسين) (born 1952) is a former Sudanese football player and manager, and the technical director for Confederation of African Football (CAF) since 1993. He played from 1973 to 1983 in Al Ahly SC and was nicknamed "Qarn Shatta".
Robert de Rothschild and his wife Nelly donated the chateau to establish a professional lycée for 400 boarders. The left wing is home to the "Maison d'enfants de Laversine Shatta-et-Bouli-Simon", a non-profit organization for at-risk youth. Since January 2014, the organization has been affiliated with the Œuvre de secours aux enfants.
In May 2014, British Newspaper, The Guardian, reported that the five must listen to tracks from around the world includes Shatta Wale's song "Wine Ya Waist" featuring Davido from Nigeria. In the same year 2014, his song "You Can't Touch Me" was widely used for the Dancers Against Racism Campaign Worldwide.
Shatta Wale's hardwork in 2014, got him nominated for the maiden GN Bank Awards as the People's Choice Male Musician of the year. He was also named the 38th Most Influential Ghanaian by E-TV Ghana in 2015 in their annual survey of influential people in Ghana. He is the dancehall Messiah. He resurrected dancehall in Ghana and in Africa as a whole.
During Christmas festivities of 2014, Shatta Wale took the opportunity to visit the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Ghana's biggest hospital to donate generously to the Children's Block worth Thousands of Ghanaian cedi whilst many were spending time with friends and family.