Shatta Wale featured on Beyoncé’s acclaimed “The Lion King: The Gift” album landed his name and identity on The Recording Academy’s nomination list which was released Wednesday, November 20.
Shatta Wale’s energy on monitor 19 “Already” with Major Lazer designed waves throughout the African continent and some components of Europe when it was released in July this calendar year.
The album which features some prime international artistes including Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and Mr. Eazi, was nominated in the “Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media” group.
The album competes with other leading notch albums like “Spider-man: Into The Spider-Verse” and “A Star Is Born” by Girl Gaga and Bradley Cooper amid other folks.
The album also competes with Billie Eilish’s “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” and “thank u, next” by Ariana Grande among other albums.
Sharing his excitement for this amazing career milestone, Shatta Wale sent a tweet thanking his fans and the Beehive team.
“At long last, my name has entered #GRAMMYs, thanks to the Beehive team !!!! Patience is truly the key !!! Pah pah pah pah,” he tweeted.
Now that the nomination has been secured, we hope Beyonce wins the Gramophone to ensure that Shatta Wale gets one for himself.
With this nomination, he is not the only Ghanaian who stands to win a GRAMMY next year because of the lion king.