Afro Moses aka Moses O’Jah, one of Ghana’s most internationally recognized artiste has asked the leadership of the Ghana Music Industry to rightly do the needful and recognize Okomfour Kwadee whilst he still shares the space with us.
The international artist who was once nicknamed African James Brown, in an exclusive interview on ‘Hammer Time’ remarked that, Okomfour Kwadee ought to be given several awards for his contributions to the Ghana Music Industry.
He explained that, Kwadee is a phenomenal artist who shaped the music industry and entertained Ghanaians greatly for decades.
“He is too good. Kwadee is very good. We should recognize and give him several awards to cement his place in our music industry, whilst he is still here with us.
I’m yet to meet his quality.” Afro Moses told Hammer Nti.
Afro Moses is one of Ghana’s most internationally recognized artiste and music export.
He has a wealth of concerts and tours in Europe and around the world. He is labeled African James Brown because his performances are often energetic and sometimes eccentric.
He has a deep respect for African culture and this takes centre stage in all his music and performances.
He was also involved in the performance and composition of music that featured on the short film Inja, which was nominated for an Academy Award or Oscar in 2003. He performs with his group called Moses Ojah band.
Afro Moses has been awarded severally both locally and internationally and has many collaborations with various artists both local and global including Okomfour Kwadee.
Some of his songs include Debi, No victims, Do Me wrong, Mama Africa, Ka ne Wu, Home Sweet Home, Judas, African market Makola, Yele Yele, Dabi Nsroma, Nsama, Nice girl, Highlife carnival and a host of many others.
His song with Okomfour Kwadee is titled ‘maka a maka’
Watch an excerpt of the interview below. Video Credit: ‘Hammer Time’ on YouTube.
Source: Purefmonline.com || Evans Osei-Bonsu || 2023