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A Dynamic new act on the music scene Joejo Abodweseh, is out with his maiden album titled Judgement Day on the War Front Entertainment label.

All songs on the nine-tracks album were composed by Joejo Abodweseh with the title track being a biblically-oriented rap piece which seeks to create the awareness of Christs second coming.

The album is a fine blend of danceable contemporary styles including francophone, highlife, crunk and reggae rhythms on tracks such as Ngozi mama, Patapaa, maa Efia, Esumomi, Make the Dough, Di Asa and Dreams.

The songs are in Twi, Ga and English. ``I admire Ghanaian musicians like Reggie Rockstone and Obrafour. they really inspire me a lot,`` Joejo said in a chat with Peace FM online. I also enjoy highlife and Paapa Yankson is one of my favorite performers of that style,``he added.
Apart from Judgement Day on which Joejo sounds like an Evangelist bringing the messsage of the last days to the masses, he again demonstrates his Godly inclinations on Dreams which he says is dedicated to street children and the needy across the country:

Jehovah is alive he knows all your tribulations, He feels your pains So cry no more He is going to make your dreams a reality. Other artistes who featured on the Judgement Day album were Nicky B, Ogee, Paa Dogo, D Flex, Rita, Santic, Nafan, Scrilla and Oboi David.

Joejo who sometime ago worked with Hammer of the Last Two fame, has arrived with a bold attitude, daring everyone to sit up and listen to him .This collection indicates that he is worth listening to.
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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