Promising Reggae and Dancehall artiste, WanRow has been unveiled to the general public and to the Reggae and Dancehall loving Ghanaians.
Having been underground for a decade and now under the management of Suumoni Records under the tutelage of Suley Gborbitey, WanRow was finally launched last Friday at the Soul & Sounds inside King Solomon in Dansoman.
His maiden mixtape album titled “Real Warrior EP” was also launched amidst excitement from his fans who besieged the venue to show love and support.
Wanrow, real Edward Quaye was born in Korle Gonno, one of the music frenzy suburbs in Ghana’s capital city, Accra. He is a fast rising Reggae/Dancehall artiste who is gradually working his way to the top of the genre.
His “Real Warrior” EP is a 16-track mixtape album. Songs on the album were produced by Riddim, JR Beats, Spanky among others. “Poverty”, a song on the album which features Luther is receiving massive rotation on radio.
Suley Gboritey who heads the Suumoni Records promised to support WanRom to get to the next level and also explore his talent to the fullest and spread to mainstream soonest.
Great Reggae/Dancehall stalwarts like Root Eye, Fiifi Selah, King Lagazee were present to advice and also show support.
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