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Various - Music In Ghana album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Music In Ghana
Released: 1997
Style: African, Highlife
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 694
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His Made in Ghana album is not just an art but goes into trade and nation building. My brother amekwame has done it again. His Made in Ghana Album is not just art but goes into trade and nation building. The songs represent the various regions in terms of concept and the artistes featured. The album comes with a bar of chocolate, Ghana flag and a piece of kente cloth– a strong statement made by Okyeame Kwame to cement the ‘Made in Ghana’ agenda.

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The ‘Best Rapper Alive’, Okyeame Kwame will be launching his ‘Made in Ghana’ album on April 20, 2019 at +233 Jazz Bar and Grill. There shall be performances from Okyeame Kwame, Kuami Eugene, Kidi, Kurl songx and Ayesem. Other artistes to perform are Feli Nuna, Afriyie, Abiana, Wulomei, the Kwan pa and Wiyaala. The music videos of the songs will showcase some tourist sites in Ghana as Kwame’s contribution to marketing Ghana’s tourist sites. This is part of Okyeame Kwame’s resolve to promote tourism through the arts. Already, two songs have been released off the album; the theme song ‘Made in Ghana’ which features KiDi and ‘Bra’ which he did with Wutah Afriyie. After the album launch, music lovers will have a tastes of the other great songs on the album on the various online music stores.

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The disc takes in the music of several tribes, including the Muslim Mamprusi and Kusasi and the Christian Dagarti and Frafra. Free of any of the wind instruments or sundry percussion prevalent in the region, the first two cuts spotlight the longstanding drum and vocal tradition of the Mamprusi and Grunshi with call-and-response pieces full of rough-toned singing and the sounds of the village where the recordings were made. Not for fans expecting studio slick worldbeat or even Ghana's popular guitar highlife music, but a rewarding listen for those comfortable with the gruff sound of field recordings.

The much-awaited ‘Made in Ghana’ album by Okyeame Kwame has been launched. The launch, which took place on Saturday, April 20, 2019, at +233 Jazz Bar and Grill, saw spectacular performances from Okyeame Kwame, Kuami Eugene, Kidi, Ayesem, Feli Nuna, Afriyie, Abiana, King Ralph, Trigmatic and Wiyaala. This is the first time in the history of Ghana a musician has put together an album which is aimed at promoting local trade and nationalism by highlighting the virtues of all groups of people in Ghana across the various regions and Ghana’s heritage  . Music lovers can now have a taste of 10 classic tracks (2 bonus songs) on the 'Made in Ghana' album via the various online music stores. The ‘Made in Ghana’ album launch was sponsored by Niche Cocoa, Grand Casamora Hotel, Ahead Media and Joy prime TV.

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The ‘Made in Ghana’ album by Okyeame Kwame was launched on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at +233 Jazz Bar and Grill. The song features Wutah Afriyie, Kuami Eugene, Wiyaala, Abiana, Atongo Zimba, King Ralph, Kidi and Feli Nuna. The album comes with a bar of chocolate, Ghana flag and a piece of kente cloth – strong statement made by Okyeame Kwame to cement the ‘Made in Ghana’ agenda.

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Tracklist

1 Saana (Accompanied With String And Rattle) 3:12
2 Ngbanye Gbe Bukali (Musical Bow And Voice, 2 Duets In Call And Response Pattern) 4:55
3 Tampada Kasena Nankani (5 Cylindrical Drums, 8 Horns And 7 Flutes) 3:12
4 Fati Choggu Naa Zoli 3:16
5 Kyipo Gonja & Braimah Gonja Alelabako 2:44
6 Ashetu Choggu O Yaa Yee 2:11
7 E. K. Nyame Ene Maa Abaso - Women Of Today 2:52
8 Aframso Mpadua, Gyae Su 2:08
9 Madam Donko And Her Group Unknown 8:34
10 Adenkum Group Oman Nyaa Oreba 1:30
11 Asantehene's Drummers Group Akantam 2:51
12 Juaben Ntahera Group Oduro Sasraku 1:12
13 Kwadwo Okoto Of Nkwankwaannua And His Group Agya Kae O 2:17
14 Opanyin Yaw Anto Akokohwedee Pe Nsemako, Onipa A Aye Me Atu Me Nan A Se 1:09
15 Kwame Agyei And Co. Akosua Dempo 1:34
16 Kwame Agyei And Co. Kwame Agyei Brebuo 1:20
17 Odwira Festival Music Amoma - Interspersed With Drum And Aseseben Music 3:21
18 Drum And Horn Ensemble Kwadwom / Horn Duet With Mpintin Drumming 3:05
19 Kwahu Nkwatia Atente Agoromma Prelude 1:06
20 Kwahu Nkwatia Atente Agoromma Nantee 1:11
21 Atompada Group Eno Ee, Pue Aye 0:43
22 E. K. Nyame Eyi Ye Wasem Ben - Does It Concern You ? 2:49
23 Ayitey And His Group Sonte, Wo Mlin Dze Kpo 2:14
24 Ga Dleei Adowa Oswe Boo / Kwadzo Ababio 4:22
25 E. K. Nyame Bra Ohoho - Come To Me, Stranger 3:03
26 Vugafofo Variation I 1:37
27 Vinoko Akpalu Do Kuku Wola Mekpo Na Vide O 4:00
28 Akurofufu Brass Band Akwanwaa Hiani 4:18

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Popular African Music
  • Licensed Through – Folklore Board Of Ghana

Credits

  • Photography [Pictures] – Olan Mills, Willis Bell
  • Photography By – Prof. Nketia
  • Photography By [Cover] – Günter Gretz
  • Text By – Dr. Wolfgang Bender
  • Text By [Highlife] – Günter Gretz
  • Translated By – Ohenaba Kissi

Notes

Including a 19-page booklet with detailed information.

(C) popular african music 1997.
All other Drawings and Photographs from the Archive of the Institute of African Studies.

A selection out of the Archives of African Music at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon.
In cooperation with Archiv der Music Afrikas - Department of Ethnology and African Studies, University of Mainz / Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4012454985327
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