VIDEO: Shatta Wale’s ‘Ayoo’, ‘Mama Stories’, And ‘My Level’ Songs Featured In 2020 Blockbuster Movie ‘Black Beach’

VIDEO: Shatta Wale’s ‘Ayoo’, ‘Mama Story’, And ‘My Level’ Songs Featured In Hollywood Blockbuster Movie ‘Beach Love’
Shatta Wale

Congratulations to Shatta Wale for getting three of his songs ‘Ayoo’, ‘Mama stories’ and ‘My Level’ featured in 2020 blockbuster movie ‘Black Beach’.


When Shatta Wale released ‘My Level’, he was trolled on the heels that it was a highlife song and not Dancehall tune. The highlife song by a Dancehall artiste has made it to the international scene.

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In night club scene in the movie, Shatta Wale’s ‘Ayoo’ song could be heard loud with characters jamming to it.

Black Beach

Here’s the storyline of the movie ‘Black Beach’;

“Carlos Fuster is a Spanish CEO who lives in Brussels (Belgium) working for an important USA oil company.

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Married with a 8-months pregnant Susan and with his mother Elena who works as a veteran United Nations’ diplomatic, Carlos’ lives in a upper-class full of luxury hoping to turn in associate of the company and with plan to move with Susan to New York City to get a better life.

His plans turn bad when his bosses chose him to negotiate in a remote African island country where he lived time ago after to know that Steve Campbell, an American engineer, has been kidnapped by a Calixto Batete, a former Carlos’ friend.

In the belief to be a fast and easy work, Carlos back to the country living in a house property of León, son of president Gregorio Ndong, and meeting again Alejandra, a Spanish NGO cooperator who lives in a boat with her friend and assistant Eva.

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However, troubles start to appear by everywhere: Carlos learns that Ada, Carlos’ former love interest, married Calixto years ago”, by Chockys.