Hiplife veteran Okyeame Kwame’s intimate +233 gig, geared toward raising funds for his Hepatitis B initiative is underway. Dubbed OK Stripped, it looks to curate a rich night of dance, comedy, poetry and music.
Initial performances have included a piece from the rap dacta, as well as spoken word offerings from Rhymesonny, Eugene Speaks, and Jibsam.
Backed by the dependable Patch Bay Band, the night will also see performances from highlife gem Kwabena Kwabena, new kid Abochi, Adina, FlowKing Stone, MzVee, Akwaboah among others.
Active since 1999, Kwame Nsiah- Appau (as he’s privately known) is widely regarded a forerunner when it comes to music brands: possessing a perfect balance between mainstream acclaim and corporate appeal. Handled by brand experts Firm Bridges, he recently launched his brand book, a never-before seen effort by Ghanaian artists. The launch was graced and lauded by such industry heavyweights as veteran broadcasters KKD, Bola Ray, and a host of others.
An OK Music brainchild, the gig is sponsored by Urbano Hotel, TXT Ghana, and 4SYTE TV.
Okyeame Kwame is set to release his new album Made In Ghana in coming months, and his recent single Saucing (featuring kids Sir and Sante), are among top trending tunes in the country currently.