Afro-Moses Is Truly An Icon In The Music Business – He Personifies Good African Melodies

Afro Moses

Afro Moses’ live stage performance is one among the couple of performers in the world. He has carved a niche by pulling in the crowd to watch him whenever he plays a gig.

Afro Moses has traveled to every part of the length and breath of the world and has played extraordinary and exciting shows to the pleasure of his fans and admirers of his music.

It is constantly phenomenal to see Afro-Moses and his band –Afro/Reggae Spirit mount the stage to jolt everybody with their dramatic artistry.

Born in Ghana, the African music hotshot once shook the world with his well known tune: ‘Chooboi’. As a gifted artist, instrumentalist and lyricist, he remarkably mixes his kind of music with Afro-combination, Reggae, afro percussion, conventional vocals, salsa, ragga and the others.

The multi-award winning artist has had the chance to perform with extraordinary music bands and international geniuses like– The Wailers, Michael Franti, Australian Chamber Orchestra, different ensembles, music for Aussie, International films and numerous other incredible music gatherings.

Afro Moses began as a youthful music star in Ghana who recorded tunes that were topping music charts in Ghana at the time. He was the first youthful entertainer featured on the national television news on radio and TV for his drifting tunes.

“The African James Brown” as he is called, was spotted by the late Reggae genius Bob Marley’s tour leader. He was immediately contacted and taken to Europe to improve on his music career.

Afro-Moses started making name for himself outside his country by winning: Best Album, Best Song and Best Live Act. After these awards, he amassed his Danish Band for a world tour and was effectively perceived for his incredible stage shows. He performed at some of Europes greatest concerts where he engaged a large number of his white fans.

Besides the above, Afro-Moses imparted the stage with various iconic artists, for example, Miriam Makeba, Salif Keita, Ziggy and Rita Marley, The Wailers and numerous other worldwide music icons.

Afro-Moses impacted his music experiences picked up to work as a teacher in music in various schools, colleges and other institutions in Denmark. He has been featured in several TV and radio broadcast morning shows over the globe especially Denmark where he resides.

It was an uplifting news for Afro-Moses and his band in the year 2000, as they were formally invited to perform at the Olympics Games in Australia with more than 30,000 people at the stadium.

Afro-Moses and his band have featured such huge numbers of large celebrations, for example, the East Coast Blues and Roots Festival, The Great Escape, Peats Ridge Festival, Darling Harbor for New Year’s Eve and a lot more before swarms up to 40,000 audience.

Because of his achievements in music, he was contracted to make a connecting music for a short film called “Inja” in Australia. Luckily, that motion picture was selected at the Oscar Awards in the USA in 2003.

In 2007, Afro was awarded a “Frater Award” for greatness in school exhibitions through the Department of Education. Afro Moses has long stretches of experience working with kids and is known for his delicate nature, eagerness and the capacity to bring all kids together for fun time.

Back in Ghana, he was awarded as Ghana’s Best International Music Ambassador in 2000 and 2002. He has also performed at Ghana’s 50th commemoration of Indepence Day, which is a significant occasion in the country and has additionally performed in numerous other African countries.

Albums:

Afro Dance Pop
Afro Moses, 2019

I Want 2 B Happy
Afro Moses, 2019

Africa Will Smile One Day
Afro Moses, 2019
Afro Bali (feat. Afro Moses & Bagus Mantra)

Joni Agung & Double T, 2014
Welcome to Bali (feat. Afro Moses)

Welcome to Bali #1
Soul Rebel, 2017

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