Okyeame Kwame Launches His ‘Made In Ghana’ Song In Cape Coast- Check out The Beautiful Photos

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Ghana’s very own and only ‘Pap Doctor’, Okyeame Kwame has successfully launched the first single off his upcoming album ‘Made in Ghana’, in Cape Coast.

The launch took place on Friday, 28th September 2018 at the Chief’s Palace in Cape Coast, where the award-winning rapper also paid a courtesy call on the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Cape Coast, Ernest Arthur and introduced the ‘Made in Ghana’ project to him.

‘Made in Ghana’ which is the theme song for the yet-to-be-released ‘Made in Ghana’ album, talks about the pride of the country. It mentions the need to promote the various aspect of Ghanaian culture and it features Kidi, Ebo Taylor and Dan Grahl.

According to Okyeame Kwame, the purpose of the ‘Made In Ghana’ project is to promote the sense of national pride, foster music tourism and expose indigenous music fusion.

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After receiving a copy of the song, the Paramount Chief of the Oguaa Traditional Area, Osabarima Kwesi Atta II, urged Kwame to use his brand as a tourism ambassador to re-orient negative perceptions about musicians.

The upcoming album also features Afriyie Wutah, Kurl Songx, Kwan Pa band, Wiyaala, Yaa Yaa, Atongo Simba, and Fancy Gadam, Wulomei, Feli Nuna and Kuami Eugene.

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The songs represent the 10 regions and their cultures, bringing varied Ghanaian rhythms together through music, videos, and paraphernalia. Each song will be launched at a location in the region it represents.

Check out the photos below…



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