Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), has organized a music show in the loving memory of the late Former President Rawlings.
The musical show started with talented musicians who play all the chromatic skills on a flute and harp to produce a dirge, Dela Botri, followed by Osei Korankye.
The show also produced Ga songs from Naa Amanoa and the Wulomei group, praises from Diana Hopeson and Celestine Donkor, legendary and contemporary Highlife and Hiplife music, traditional songs, Reggae and more.
The concert was also graced by old and popular songs like Kpanlogo and Wogbe Jeke from Nat Brew, Highlife from the popular Ghanaian artiste Pat Thomas, and some reggae from the Jamaican artiste Chizzy Wailer.
The Late former President; JJ Rawlings’s memorial musical concert was again crowned by the performances from Yaa Yaa, Okyeame Kwame, Kofi Kinaata and Asanqoma.
According to the MUSIGA, their late fan, JJ Rawlings had a soft side, and that soft side of him included his love for music. The group added that, JJ’s love for music led to his great contribution to the Creative Art Industry.
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