Award winning Ghanaian reggae performer, Rocky Dawuni, is set to release his most recent Extended Play (EP), named “Voice of Bunbon, Vol. 1”.
The EP title reverberates with his hometown, Bunbon, in the Northern Region of Ghana and connects his Afro-anti-extremism, profound established African sounds and verses intertwined in his music.
As of now, the one time Grammy Award nominee has seven successful albums to his credit which includes: Beats Of Zion, Branches of the Same Tree, Hymns for the Rebel Soul, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. He has also toured and performed the world over.
As indicated by the ‘In Ghana’ hitmaker, these new tunes were resulting from his longing to present and project music that is established in the profound social customs of Ghana. They are also introduced such that it can identify with the modern world.
Dawuni’s melodic career has consistently been immovably enlivened by his childhood in the royal family of Bunbon which is his birth home and being educated in the indigenous manners. This introduction to social gratefulness has filled in as a significant part of Rocky Dawuni’s world view and music.
According to the 51 year old reggae superstar, his vision for this EP is to introduce a globalized form of African culture. The EP additionally speaks to his growth throughout the years as a voice for social cognizance.
Naturally, in a period of uncertainty and befuddlement, one needs tunes and inspirations that can hit our enthusiastic sore spots to advise us that love and hope are an indestructible part of the human experience that no measure of fear can take away. That is the explanation of this EP.
The EP is relied upon to be released in late October.
Rocky Dawuni is a Ghanaian singer, songwriter and record producer who performs his signature ‘Afro Roots’ sound which is a mixture of Reggae, Afrobeat, Highlife and Soul music. He currently lives between Ghana and Los Angeles.