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30-Oct-2009  
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Okyeame Kwame
 
 
 
Ghana’s hottest rap artiste Okyeame Kwame, who is on a campaign trail to bring Hepatitis B awareness to the general public, will on November 1 perform live at the Big Brother eviction show in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Music fans in and around South Africa will be the first to hear a live presentation of Okyeame’s newest song which is a follow-up to his popular ‘Woso’ single released last year. Okyeame, an electrifying live performer, has wowed crowds in parts of the world with his stagecraft and dancing skills.

His latest releases are already making waves on the airwaves on the world music market. The dynamic rapper, who previously partnered Okyeame Quophi to form the Akyeame duo a decade ago, now stands alone as the one of the best rappers in Ghana. Okyeame has a reputation for being able to keep his audience on their feet for hours on end, hence when he hits the stage on November 1; fans in attendance will be expecting nothing less.

His last album, ‘M’Awinsem’ with hit-song ‘Woso’ swept five awards at the 2009 Ghana Music Awards, including awards for Best Music Video, Artiste of the Year and Hip hop Song of the Year. Okyeame has been in the music industry for a decade and has five albums to his name; four with Akyeame and one solo album titled ‘Bohye Ba’. Aside Kwame’s music, he also has a live band and directs music video. He has also entered the movie industry with two movies (Comforter, Twist and Turns and an upcoming movie titled Sorry For Love), one TV series and some adverts.
 
 
 
 
 

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