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According to him, artists from Bole are mostly sidelined in major musical concerts in the region, despite the high level of talent possessed by these artistes.
He lamented that, Bole is one of the most important towns in the Savannah Region, with a lot of multi talents, hence events organisers should always bill Bole artists for their shows.
If you talk about talent, creativity and arts, Bole’s name can never be left out from the history of entertainment in the region because the town has powerful and talented musicians like, Redfyah, a renowned Ghanaian reggae sensation who swept major awards across Africa.
Kawute, a dancehall artists who claimed several awards in the upper West Region including other rising young artists like, Currency, Password, Jah Rule, Terriwezzy, Wasco, Diilanic, just to mention a few and hence event organizers should bill Bole artists on their shows, Mr. Mumuni told host Seidu Iddrisu.
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