Shatta Wale’s Songs get featured on Netflix adventurous tale
Indeed Ghana’s craft is gaining international recognition as the Reggae/Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale is being greeted with so much fortune in the Ghana music industry.
The artiste is reaching the peak with his career as first he gained favour at the sight of the American Rhythm and Blues (R&B) goddess, Beyonce Knowles to get featured on a track Christened “Already.”
Shatta Wale has made it again in the headlines as three of his hit songs get featured in a film created by a Spanish movie producer.
“Ayoo,” “My Level” and “Mama Stories” featured in the soundtrack of Black Beach, a thriller released on streaming platform, Netflix, on Wednesday, February 3, 2021.
Black Beach which was shot in Ghana, Spain and Belgium is an adventurous tale of a lawyer with a promising future who is forced to dive deep into his past after he agreed to negotiate a deal with an old friend now turned kidnapper.
The songs of Shatta Wale were heard running in the background of a club scene, with the people singing along.
As the mood in the scene charged up, the Disc Jockey (DJ) switched to for My Level, which excited those on the dancefloor of the club.
The movie directed by Esteban Crespo sought to entertain, promote art and crafts across the world and also teach a lesson of leading a good life.
This adds to the many international recognitions Shatta Wale has enjoyed since his collaboration with American idol, Beyoncé.
Narrating how Shatta Wale’s song got featured for the Hollywood movie, a crew member of the movie, 4Real Mensah told Sammy Flex in an interview that the deal was made possible by Ghana’s Ambassador to Spain, Ms Elizabeth Adjei, who is a big fan of Shatta Wale.
He noted that Shatta Wale’s feature with Beyonce on the Lion King: The Gift album also played a major role in convincing the directors of the movie in selecting him.
Shatta Wale who is over rejoicing shared a post of the video where the casts of the movie were dancing to his songs on social media.