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Rocky Dawuni wins “Artist Of The Month” on Global Reggae Charts

Rocky Dawuni

Global Reggae Charts is a monthly magazine that features key and major reggae releases across the world for “Best Singles” and “Best Album/EP”, thus, also highlights Reggae artistes whose works have been visible and influential every month.

Ghana’s Grammy nominee debutant, Rocky Dawuni, got the spotlight for “Artiste Of The Month” for May 2019 on their platform as “Artist Of The Month”, thus throwing the spotlight on his latest body of “Beats Of Zion”, a 13-tracked album released in March 2019.
2 classic international standard videos have been released from the album already, with more visuals to be released too. “Beats Of Zion”, the album title track was shot in his home country, Ghana, in the heart of Accra in Jamestown, one of the clustered squatters in the Capital — it was directed by Lex McCarthy. The second video “Wickedest Sound” which featured Ghanaian BET Winner, Stonebwoy, details an Afro nightlife party with colorful scenes recounting the daily life of citizens who work tirelessly during the day and later chill out in the night regardless of their challenges in life; it was shot and directed by Slingshot HD Ghana.
Watch “Wickedest Sound” on youtube here:
“Beats Of Zion” Album also features iconic Ghanaian Musicians Sarkodie and Wiyaala. The album also featured rising female Dancehall artiste, Alika.
You can buy and stream the album on all Global and local music stores here (below):



New artistes are taking for granted – Dr PuTiTi

TALENTED GHANAIAN artiste, Dr PuTiTi has said that industry players in Ghana have taken up- and -coming artiste for granted.

According to him the music industry is retarding growth due to issues like, “improper way of monetizing our art forms and state of the art. Lack of financing, due to inadequate understanding of the music business, lack of  large auditoriums for performances and more importantly when industry players take new artist for granted especially the upcoming ones.”

He explained that, Up – and –coming artistes, need lots of support from both the fans and industry to sustain them to the top just like the mainstream artiste.

Dr PuTiTi who doubles as a producer and sound engineer was inspired by Busta Ryymes, 2PAC and NAS started his music during his Senior High School days, “Well, I fell in love with rap when I started listening to Busta Ryymes, 2PAC and NAS. NAS, because, he is very lyrical. I have delved into afro beat and fusion of rap and highlife because it’s indigenous music and represents us as African.”

The young artiste recently released his debut single dubbed ‘Chill up’ which he says talks about things we aspire to do for fun, when we have money in our pockets. The song was produced by Dr PuTiTi.

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