Ghanaian reggae singer Blakk Rasta has taken on a new post as lecturer at the the University of Central Missouri in the U.S.
As guest lecturer, Black Rasta takes on the courses “Pan Africanism: Music as a Tool of Change in Africa and “Kuchoko as a tool of rebellion”.
The Barack Obama singer, who was recently featured on the BBC, is also scheduled to deliver these lectures in three other US-based tertiary institutions including the University of Kansas. Currently researching for a PHD, the staunch pan- Africanist is also set to launch his 13-track new album Kuchoko Revolution on January 28, which contains the hit single Serwaa Akoto.
Born Abubakar Ahmed in Tamale in September 1974, Blakk Rasta is also very popular as for hosting “Taxi Driver”, on Accra-based Hitz FM.
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