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Hearts, Mama’s Epistles & Bonyfied Highest Albums of 2017 – #ENEWSGHPicks



Artist: Trigmtic    

Album: Melodies Awakening The Inactive Conscience (M.A.T.I.C)

Label & Release Date: Da Trig EntertainmentJanuary, 2017

Trigmatic enjoyed immense success with his 2010 single My Life, and has received multiple awards since. A genius across genres, he has yet to attain celebrity that is truly fitting of his talent. M.A.T.I.C is Enoch Yaw Oduro-Agyei (as he is privately known)’s first album release in 6 years. In many respects a rebirth for the curiously underrated hiplife act, the 15-track project in a magnificent whisk of influences both old and new, a feature not uncharacteristic of him.     

Highlights of the project include the Stonebwoy – assisted Gbedu, and  Motromodwo (featuring A.I). That last song, unapologetic highlife founded on rich percussion and horn sections is without question, one of the finest Ghanaian records published in recent years. Thankfully, Motromodwo enjoyed ample radio play, reintroducing his name in top-tier acts from this town.

The CD, his fourth solo project after Stains on a Cloth (2007), Permanent Stains (2010), and SOUL-u-TIONS (2011) also features Sarkodie, E .L, Stonebwoy, A.I, Orezi, Jupitar, Krissy O and Skales.

Get M.A.T.I.C here.

Artist:  Akan

Album: Onipa Akoma

Label & Release Date: A- Level/ October 2017

A-Level rapper Akan’s Onipa Akoma album took two years to make. It is also his debut. Running over with astoundingly mature language, dexterity with Twi, and creative valour, and compelling storytelling, the CD ranks not only among the most groundbreaking bodies of work by a Ghanaian this year, but also in all of Hiplife history, already being compared with the greatest of all hiplife albums: the 1999 classic Pae Mu Ka.

Formerly trading by the showbiz name Quabena Shy, Akan is among the most relevant of our young voices today, courting both plaudits and comparison with such hiplife elders as Okomfour Kwadee, Obrafour, Sarkodie and veteran producer Da’Hammer.

Producer and friend TwistedWavex handles majority of the productions on the i5-track project which also feature contribution from MikeMillz among others.

Get Onipa Akoma here.

Artist:  Becca

Album: Unveiling

Label & Release Date: ZYLOFON Music/ August 2017

Consisting 13 songs, Becca’s third studio album Unveiling coincides with her 10th anniversary in active music. The beloved Ghanaian songstress is also among Ghana’s biggest female exports, securing collaborations with top names as MI, Mr Eazi,  2Baba, M.I, Ice Prince, Bisa KDei, Uhuru, Hugh Masekela among others.

With Unveiling, Becca (Rebecca Akosua Acheampong) once again stakes a bold claim for the female constituency in a male- dominated terrain. A catalogue primarily consisting palatable love songs compiled over 13 months, the piece ranks among highly commercial albums of 2017, and features guest appearances from Bisa Kdei, Patoranking, Mr Eazi, Kofi Kinaata, Joyce Blessing and Ice Prince. Highlights from the record include Hw3 and Beshiwo (both featuring Bisa KDei), You & I, and Na Wash (featuring Patoranking).

Get Unveiling here.

Artist:  Fancy Gadam

Album: Mujahid

Label & Release Date: 5minutes Music/ July 2017

2017 sees Tamale-based Fancy Gadam (Ahmed Mujahid Bello) finally cement himself in mainstream Ghanaian music. With his Gadam Nation tour, the energetic singer has gone ahead to prove why he deserved to be named VGMA Best new Artist ahead of the likes of Medikal, Eugy, Rudebwoy Ranking, and Article Wan, filling up arenas in major cities across the country, and more than impressing on high-profile shows.

The launch of Mujahid (his third album) at the Tamale Sports Stadium was witnessed by over 18,000 patrons. Total Cheat, off the record and featuring rap icon Sarkodie, is a bona fide 2017 hit, rubbing  shoulders with efforts from Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, KiDi, Kuami Eugene, Patapaa, and Ebony.

Get Mujahid here.

Artist:  Joe Mettle

Album: God of Miracles

Label & Release Date: Reverb Studios/ November 2017

God of Miracles brings to 4, the number of albums reigning VGMA Artist of the Year Joe Mettle has submitted since launching his solo carer in 2007. Comprising 13 songs, the live recording features guest appearances from Nathaniel Bassey, Akesse Brempong, Ohemaa Mercy, Kingz Kid, and protege Luigi Maclean.

The impact of the album, via the leading single Bo Noo Ni, cannot be questioned. The single has been viewed over 1.2 million times on YouTube alone. It is important for Mettle to have released God Of Miracles –an album of such significant quality –in the year that he won the most coveted music award in the land, albeit not without controversy. If not for nothing at all, to silence critics, prove that he’s not one to rest on his laurels, and most of all, keep Ghanaian Gospel in conversations that matter.

Get God of Miracles here.

Artist:  Sarkodie

Album: Highest

Label & Release Date: SarkCess/ September 2017

Highest is Sarkodie’s fifth album after Makye (2009), Rapperholic (2012), Sarkology (2014), and Mary (2015). It sees the rapper proclaim himself as the foremost name in Ghanaian music, a sentiment he has held for as long as he has professionally engaged in music, and gone on to back with endless records and awards.

Much a rap album as it is melodic (something made possible by the layered approach of a typical Jayso production), Highest sees Sarkodie engage with deeply personal themes, and explore new creative terrain by recruiting unlikely collaborators as Victoria Kimani, Moelogo, Praiz, Korede Bello, Jesse Jagz, Bobii Lewis among others.

A ‘Sark’ FULL OF Glory… Sarkodie – THE ‘Highest’ ALBUM REVIEW

 There may not be a “massive hit” on the album, at least judging by the rapper’s own standard, again, referring to such songs as You Go Kill Me, Pon The Ting, Adonai, RNS, Fa Sor Hor, and Gboza. All songs on there require repeated play to fully engage with and properly appreciate –which is how albums should be consumed anyway.
Get Highest here.

Artist:  Ebony Reigns


Label & Release Date: RUFFTOWN/ December 2017

Just 20, sultry Dancehall/Afropop singer Ebony Reigns has had a tremendous 2017, submitting a significant percentage of hits the year has seen, as well as mounting nearly all major platforms over the period.

Ebony’s debut album BONYFIED consists 16 songs, and bears the main hits of 2017: Poison, Sponsor, Date Your Fada, Hustle, and Maame Hwɛ, as well as old gold like Dancefloor, Kupe, and Turn on the Light.

Because of what an outstanding year she has had, Ebony is widely tipped to win Artist of the Year at next year’s Vodafone-sponsored Ghana Music Awards.

Artist:  Stonebwoy

Album: Epistles of Mama (EOM)

Label & Release Date: ZYLOFON Music/ BMG, December 2017

BET winner Stonebwoy looks to reach new frontiers with Epistles of Mama, his recently-released 4th project. It is evident in the collaborations he secures on the album: Sean Paul, Chronixx, Sarkodie, Pressure, I Octane, Efya, Vanessa Bling, Joey B, Kabaka Pyramid, etc.

Released in honour of his late mother Catherine Satekla, the double-album bears a flavoursome selection of reggae/dancehall songs on one CD, and Afrobeats on the other. But for two songs referencing his mum, EOM is hardly related to anything about motherhood. Otherwise, it is specifically a strategy to establish himself properly as an international brand.

Stonebwoy bears great talent, and so the album is unsurprisingly great, dripping with infectious choruses and even melody. It was highly- anticipated throughout the year, and was well worth the wait.

Get Epistles of Mama here.

Artist:  Kwabena Kwabena

Album: Ahyese

Label & Release Date: KBKB MUSIK/ November 2017

Sonically, ace highlife musician and trusted love doctor Kwabena Kwabena still reigns in Ghana. Even if his own love story has been characterised by successive failure, his songs have served as nectar to many. Ahyese sees him double back to the very beginning, which is what the album translates as from Twi.

Comprising a tidy 9 songs, the project brings to 5, his solo projects so far, and adds to high-profile projects published in Ghana this year. The album was led with 3 well-received singles: Tuamudaa, Siwagedem, and Adansie (ft. rapper M.anifest).

Artist:  Blakk Rasta

Album: Kuchoko Revolution

Label & Release Date: Blakk & Tuff / VPAL Music, May 2017

Blakk Rasta’s Kuchoko Revolution was part of the  longlist for the 60th Grammy Awards. That’s how important the firebrand reggae musician/ radio man’s project is.

The 13-track album follows Rasta Shrine (2000), More Fyah (2002), Ganja Minister (2004), Natty Bongo (2006), Naked Wire (2008), Voice of the Afrikan Rebel (2009) and Born Dread (2011). It is crafted over indigenous instruments as the Kologo, xylophone, talking drums (dondo), jimbe, Africa Foot percussion, jinbe, cow horns etc, and rendered over 6 different languages: English, Dagbani, Hausa, Arabic, Ndebele and Jamaican Patois.

Kuchoko Revolution navigates religion, history, love, and his special brand of reggae: Kuchoko.

Get Kuchoko Revolution here.

Artist: MzVee

Album: DaaVee

Label & Release Date: Lynx EntertainmentMay 2017

The third album from two-time BET honouree MzVee (Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda), DaaVee makes the beloved chanteuse, 25, one of Ghana’s most consistent modern performers. A class act across genres,  the singer serves a a potpourri of  Afropop, Hiplife, R& B, and dancehall on the record, which sees her embrace her womanhood like never before.
 DaaVee  consists 12 songs, and features collaboration from Black Prophet, Article Wan, Kuami Eugene, Ko-jo Cue, and Lyrical. Aside being a decent commercial effort, it also proved a mighty springboard for Kuami Eugene, who has since his appearance on Rewind, grown into his own man, dispatching hits at will. MzVee’s other albums are Re-Vee-Lation (2014), and Verified (2015).
Get DaaVee here.


Stonebwoy & Cassper Nyovest eulogise African Girls on “Wame” – LISTEN!



After much anticipation, Wame, the recent joint that Ghana’s Stonebwoy, and S.A -born rapper Cassper Nyovest reunited on, has been published.

A catchy mid-tempo jam, the song sees the African giants blend masterfully, their respective influences: Afro- dancehall and hiphop. A constant theme in pop from these parts, the song is themed around love and the African woman’s contours.

While in Ghana weeks ago, Cassper named the Ghanaian dancehall icon as his favourite performer in the genre. It was therefore unsurprising that the two met up to record new music. This is their second time the musicians are collaborating on music –the first being Fever (2015).

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BURN ONE! Rocky Dawuni premieres new song on Los Angeles’ KCRW 89.9 FM 



Ghanaian Reggae star and activist Rocky Dawuni’s new global herb anthem “Burn One” premieres on Los Angeles tastemaker radio station KCRW 89.9 FM today, April 20 for its 4:20 celebration of California’s legalization marijuana.

Dawuni’s single celebrates the rise in awareness and popularity of the use of marijuana for medical, economic, spiritual and recreational purposes. Dawuni believes that legalization has global economic transformation potential for developing countries especially in Africa. The song is an advance single from Dawuni”s highly anticipated 7th Album “Beats of Zion” which is the follow up to his GRAMMY nominated “Branches of the Same Tree” and will be available for sale on all digital platforms.

KCRW Presents Rocky Dawuni live at Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles on Saturday, May 26, 2018 with special guests Afrolicious and DJ Glenn Red (Afro Funke’/La Junta).



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A Queen’s homage on Ghana Music’s Biggest Night – Ebony’s VGMA + A Fancy-full One Corner Surprise



In the packed hall, and the foyer outside, the speaker, whom we cannot see, but in whose voice we have constantly found jollity and a solid bond, summons great hush with her monologue on the subjects of life and destiny. On another day, it would be driven on peppy dance rhythm. On this night, those rhythms have been replaced by a rather solemn violin descant. Who could miss that charming cheeriness in her giggle; the same good humour by which we’ve long been enamored? Hands move towards purses, bags, breast pockets — where tissues and hankies have been neatly tucked, just in case… just in case…

And then, in the saintly clouds on which all eyes are fixed, where white doves soar peacefully, a beaming image of the late singer, whom this night is truly about, appears. She’s alive again! Ebony Reigns!

The tribute performance which follows, is poignant and fitting. And who else to execute such an extraordinary task, and on this night, than the all-star quartet comprising MzVee, Akosua Agyepong, Adina, and Efya? Between them, the singers embody the very attributes that Ebony Reigns (Prisicilla Opoku Kwarteng) demonstrated during her time here: grace, courage, soul, and love – elements that culminate into generational impact.

As a performer, Ebony  epitomized energy and delight. Whenever she mounted any stage, she was sure to bring the fire. Usually, an artist with a catalogue as hers, would have simply rode on the popularity of her songs. But not this Rufftown chanteuse. She exhibited superior mastery over the live performance, and always found a way to own the crowd. The four ladies rendering her songs tonight, excel at reenacting that.

Through four of her most notable songs (Date Your Fada, Hustle, Sponsor, and Maame Hwɛ), the beholding crowd, gathered at the Accra International Conference Centre this momentous Saturday night, and the multitudes watching around the continent, are taken through an intense journey of emotions. Dismantled and rearranged expertly, these renditions invoke grief, joy, and awe equally. During MzVee’s submission of “Date Your Fada”, Ebony’s family and team are still, grappling inwardly with the harsh sadness that the song strikes within their bosoms. For Ebony’s mum, it would quickly prove a fruitless venture as, moments into the performance, she simply wipes her eyes of tears, shaking her head in despair. Nobody prepares to confront the passing of her beloved daughter. Nobody teaches that.

Akosua Agyepong, the vivacious Highlife legend, inspires a more upbeat mood with her submission of “Hustle”. When she set out professionally in the 1990s, the singer had had to work twice as hard to prove herself as one to be taken seriously, never mind that she had been handpicked by an industry luminary, Nana Kwame Ampadu. By not allowing herself to be held back by the peculiar obstacles facing a woman pursuing music, she swiftly became an undisputed beacon, one whom Ebony unquestionably drew inspiration from. Tonight, 48 and with nearly 30 years of musical experience under her belt, the “Frema” hit maker, unscathed by age, is present to honour her musical daughter in the most apt way, discharging dance steps as though she is 20.

Adina delivers “Sponsor”, with honorable class and flair, and even draws a smile from the eyes of Ebony’s mum.

“Maame Hwɛ’, the last, and most absorbing in this medley, is rendered by Efya, Ghana’s leading female vocal technician since the mid 2000s. Before she starts, Ebony speaks again. This time, there’s a fear in her tone. She’s relating a prophecy about her death in a road accident. The emotion is a bit too much to take, and it is at this point that goose bumps are most chilling, and mourning sighs reverberate strongest.

The reason tonight is Ebony’s night, is partly down to the fights the quartet has put up over decades to make it possible for the Ghanaian female act to shine just as brightly as her male counterparts. And even as she ascended from being merely a fan to become their colleague, Ebony thrived on the knowledge that she had sisters and mothers as those onstage tonight, who have made her journey fruitful.

Ghana lost quite a number of renowned names in the past year or so: journalist Christopher Opoku, film veteran Kofi Buknor, Asempa FM’s Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong (KABA), highife doyens Awurama Badu, Paapa Yankson and CK Mann, but Ebony’s death hit us hardest — so much so, it eclipsed every other person’s demise.

On the night, the 19th edition of the scheme, Ebony is crowned “Artist of the Year” — the first ever woman to do it,  the first to do it from the grave, as well as the youngest. She also bags three other awards, reiterating her dominance on the night, as well as her impact in the year under review.

Ebony becomes the first female act to win the coveted Artist of the Year award. The laurel was received on her behalf by members of her family and her management. Credit: TWINSDNTBEG

Eulogising the singer in a video preceding Ebony’s tribute performance, ace rapper, Sarkodie was grateful that she shared her gifts with the world at all, however little:

“…she could have gone without giving us anything, but she actually did give us something to hold on to”.

Fondly called the “90s Bad Gyal”, Ebony’s time here was awfully short. She died days to her 21st birthday, but her influence was astounding; multiple hits since she was 18, numerous memorable performances which can be revisited via a quick search on YouTube, and the outstanding BONYFIED album, which is also named “Album of the Year” at the event.

“Thank you for giving us this incredible time,” said Sarkodie, concluding his farewell video. He speaks for himself, but also aptly captures the exact sentiment of all who witnessed her talent.



Put together by Charterhouse Productions, the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, which was compered by broadcaster Berla Mundi and actor Jon Dumelo,  also witnessed performances from top names as Joe Mettle, Sarkodie, King Promise, Kwesi Arthur, MzVee, KiDi, Kuami Eugene, Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage, and South African hiphop act, Nasty C.

Like Ebony, Sarkodie picked 4 awards, but in lesser categories. Stonebwoy was named Best Dancehall act for the fourth year straight, and Northern star, Fancy Gadam caused the night’s biggest upset winning Most Popular Song of the Year over Patapaa’s “One Corner”. 

Shatta Wale’s return to the scheme after four years made little difference as the “Taking Over” man, together with his “Militants” won a single award for Best Collaboration.

Joe Mettle, who won Artist of the Year in 2017 walked home with laurels for Gospel Song of the Year for ‘Bo Noo Ni’, Male Vocalist of the Year, and Gospel Artist of the Year.

Finally, Mary Naa Amanua Doodo, lead singer for the famous Wulomei Band, was handed the lifetime achievement award. 

Full list of winners below:

Artist of the Year


Gospel Song of the Year

‘Bo Noo Ni’ by Joe Mettle

Hip-hop Song of the Year

‘Grind Day (Remix)’ by Kwesi Arthur

Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year

‘My Own’ by Samini

Hiplife Song of the Year

‘Total Cheat’ by Fancy Gadam ft Sarkodie

Afropop Song of the Year

‘Sponsor’ by Ebony

Highlife Song of the Year

‘Odo’ by Kidi

Gospel Artist of the Year

Joe Mettle

Highlife Artist of the Year

Kuami Eugene

Hiplife/Hip-hop Artist of the Year


Songwriter of the Year

Bullet for ‘Maame Hw3’

Reggae/Dancehall Artist of the Year


Best Collaboration of the Year

Shatta Wale & SM Militants (Taking Over)

Rapper of the Year


Best Group of the Year


Best Music Video of the Year

‘Obi Agyi Obi Girl’ by Gyo of Phamous Philms

Best Male Vocalist of the Year

Joe Mettle

Best Female Vocalist of the Year


African Artist of the Year


Record of the Year

‘State of the Art’ by Teephlow

Best New Artist of the Year

Kuami Eugene

Song of the Year

‘Total Cheat’ by Fancy Gadam ft Sarkodie

Album of the Year

Bonyfied (Ebony)

Traditional Artist of the Year

Amamerefo Music and Dance Ensemble

Instrumental Artist of the Year

Dominic Quashie

Lifetime Achievement Award

Mary Naa Amanua Doodo of Wulomei


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Teephlow hits Central Region for “Thank You Tour” after VGMA 2018 win



After copping his first ever award at the VGMAs (2018), Rapper Teephlow and his Management Team, SpyderLee Entertainment journeys to Cape Coast this weekend for a “Thank You Tour”.

Winning “Record of the Year” at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2018 was one of the memorable moments Teephlow would never forget. Out of 3 nominations he got at this year’s VGMAs, he went home with a plaque for his timeless record “State of the Art”, one of the hit singles off his “Phlowducation” EP, a strictly hardcore rap album that accentuates the dynamics of urban HipHop culture and lyricism. His “Phlowducation” EP stayed in Top 10 selling albums on for at least 10 weeks after release.

Teephlow is the first Artiste to have won an award for the label, SpyderLee Entertainment.

The Tour starts from Thursday, April 19, 2018 to Saturday, April 21, 2018. Below is the programme line up.

  • Thursday, April 19, 2018.

– 10:00am: Meeting of the Oguaaman Hene and his subject at Emintsimadze Palace

– 4:00pm: Meeting with the Regional Minister at the Residency.

  • Friday, April 20, 2018.

– 10:00am: Special Guest at the launch of Cape Coast Fetu Afehye Festival at Ato Huston Gardens

  • Saturday, April 21, 2018

– 7:00am: ‘Thank You Float’ through the principal streets of Cape Coast.

– 8:00pm: Party at Presidential Palace (Club Party)


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YO CHALE! Sena Dagadu announces new single with Sarkodie – WATCH VIDEO



Ghanaian -Hungarian songstress/ rapper, Sena Dagadu has announced a new hip-hop tune featuring SarkCess frontman, Sarkodie.

Shot  in Accra, accompanying visuals for the joint are directed by Prince Ibam of Breakthrough Studios. It also features a cameo appearance by Worlasi (with whom she collaborated on “One Life” years back). The song is self-produced.

The video is off her forthcoming new album, which also features guest collaborations from EL, Pappy Kojo and a host of other acts.

Born in Accra to a Hungarian mother and a Ghanaian father, she’s been active since 2001, and is lead vocalist of Hungarian alternative band Irie Mafia. Sena combines influences from hiphop, reggae, funk, rock, among others, and has released multiple critically-received albums including Lots Of Trees, Grow Slow, First One, Azdanê, Natural High, Take a Look, Only Solution Remix, Vol. 1, DA 1 YAH EP 03, and Feathers.

She has also been associated with top Ghanaian acts including hiplife grandpapa Reggie Rockstone, VVIP, FOKN Bois’ M3nsa and Wanlov, as well as the fast-rising Worlasi.

Watch the video below:



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TOO GOOD! Chiro Kofi Peprah announces new song, April 23!



“Too Good” is the second single by burgeoning gospel singer, Chiro Kofi Peprah. The song follows the psalmist- evangelist’s debut offering “I surrender”, which was released in 2015.

The song blends authentic African music instrumentals with Jazz, and ultimately proclaims the greatness of God, as well as his love towards us, even when we are undeserving.

The single is scheduled for release, April 23.



Ebenezer Kofi Peprah Quaye popularly known as Chiro Kofi Peprah is  a Psalmist-evangelist called into   ministry and charged to impact generations for Christ with his talent. “CHIRO” is an abbreviation of Christ Himself is reigning over. In effect Chiro Kofi Peprah simply means Christ himself is reigning over Kofi Peprah.

Chiro Kofi Peprah’s logo

The logo is a representation of the full armour of God. Ephesians 6:10-18 says we should be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might and to put on the whole armour of God that we may stand against the wiles of the devil. The full armour of God is what every Christian needs to make it to the kingdom of God. The totality of the armour produces holiness which is God’s divine nature.

The gold colour of the logo ( the full armour of God) means royalty and our Heavenly Father is king and He reigns over all.

Chiro Kofi Peprah represents the royalty of God in Christ by manifesting the full armour of God. He is a royal servant of God.

In short Chiro Kofi Peprah is a warrior in the full armour of God representing King Jesus with His entire splendor and majesty, manifesting His royalty and His authority.

Life Prior to His Ministry

Chiro Kofi Peprah’s life prior to his calling was just like any ordinary guy in the world.

He indulged in illicit acts, and lived for his ego and desires. He used his strength for his will and did things to please himself and his desires.

He was in the world, and did things of the world, and followed the flow of the world. He followed what was trending in the world and had less time for the lord.

In 2003 at a Church of Pentecost youth camp meeting at Swedru Secondary School, Chiro Kofi Peprah was introduced to the ‘microphone’, his spiritual gift from God.

He was in the choir but the spiritual gift was dormant because he hadn’t been pushed to the forefront to hold a lone mic. The lead vocal at the forefront lost his vocal, and Chiro Kofi Peprah was called to hold the forefront.

In His song ministration of “Lord I give you my heart” a cover version his gift became evident, he saw people on their knees weeping and worshiping the Lord. He was in awe but couldn’t believe it until the next day, when another cover version of “Above all” got a Pastor and several elders on their knees weeping to the glory and magnification of God.

It was then that he realized that he had a gift, but after the camp meeting He was back to the challenges of the world and had no strict mentoring, like David he was in the wilderness alone.

Chiro Kofi Peprah’s attention was divided because he served several masters, the Lord, the world and himself. He had the opportunity to direct a group called the Royals in Praise, and hosted a program called the Blood, with his two most trusted friends who were twin brothers, Peter Aklamanu-Williams and Paul Aklamanu Williams who are now the heads of Gospel Gh.

Chiro Kofi Peprah worked with some wonderful personalities such as Bola Ray, Lydia Forson, Jeremie,Dr. Prince Pambo, Professor Reginald Ocansey just to name a few.

Active Call to Ministry

In 2015 Chiro Kofi Peprah was in the process of shooting his own TV show called Fitness show with CHIRO when God told him to lay it all down and do His will. He was charged to go and impact generations for Christ with his energy and gift, that led to David’s dance and the launch of Streets 4 Christ campaign in 2015 and subsequent release of I surrender single in 2016.

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