Ghanaian dancehall giants, Charles Nii Armah Mensah(Shatta Wale) and Livingstone Etse Satekla(Stonebwoy) have come a long way since their underground rapping days in the early 2000s.
The struggling stories behind these successful musicians concerning their early rapping days and upcoming stages is a full inspirational story to tell and to be advised with.
Stonebwoy in his early days portrayed his rap talent while he was in high school, and participated in several undercover events which notably include Adom FM’s ‘Kasahare Level’ rap battle.
His outstanding performance during the battle event influenced the then dancehall king Samini, who signed him onto his Samini Music record label.
From then, there has been nothing else but success after success with the release of his favorite hit songs that got cheered by the airwaves audience such as Ghetto Love, Baafira, Say it and Go higher.
Now, Ghpage.com has come across an amazing throwback photos of the now dancehall rulers in the early years before joining the list of the biggest music stars in Ghana.
These photos posted by blogger Ameyaw Debrah was reported to be taken in 2008 and in the frames showed Stonebwoy with his colleague dancehall artiste Shatta Wale (back then known as Bandana).
However, looking at their appearance in these photos are to prove that working hard pays off step by step, and gives us the needed inspired air to breathe to push us forward.