Ice Prince’s ‘Aboki’ song chosen as soundtrack for ‘House of Gold Movie’

Movies of Monday, 1 April 2013

Source: Kelly-Mediagh

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Undoubtedly one of the biggest Hip-hop stars in Africa with amazing versatility, Ice Prince Zamani makes his debut African movie appearance in the new Ghanaian comedy film ‘HOUSE OF GOLD’.

His hit single ‘Aboki’ has been chosen by Media Ghana, producers of the movie as the official soundtrack for the yet-to- be-released movie ‘HOUSE OF GOLD’.

The highly anticipated movie is an expression of award winning movie director, Pascal Amanfo, and has a rich conglomerate of top-flight African movie stars such as Yvonne Nelson, Majid Michel, Omawumi Megbele, funniest African actor, Frances Odega, Eddie Watson, Entrepreneur and business mogul – Mr J. Kofi Bucknor and “Spirited actress” Luckie Lawson as lead actors. Talented new youngster Umar Krub, and Top model/fashion 101 TV host Sandra Ankobea also played supporting roles in the movie.

The movie, when released will be the second major production of Media Ghana after they debut the industry with a multiple award winning movie ‘Single & Married’ in late 2012.

The Grand premiere of ‘HOUSE OF GOLD’ comes off on Friday April 12th, 2013 at the National theatre, where organisers intend to mesmerize movie lovers and fans of the cast with a glamorous and absolute world-class premiere, coupled with lots of surprises.

‘HOUSE OF GOLD’ simply depicts the tribulations that emerge after a secretive and pretentious family reunites under one roof for seven days. It is about a certain Dan Ansah Williams high-fly entrepreneur, business mogul, polygamist and Socialite is battling with Cancer and has 6 weeks left on his time line. With the help of his long time associate and legal representative he embarks on a mission to re-call all his children back home, most of whom were born out of wedlock being products of various illicit affairs. Dan last wish is to have his children all under one roof for 7 days. All known to each other and bonded by the fact that they share the same blood line. However, that reunion proves a little more than everyone bargained for as each child indeed returns with an agenda setting the stage for the most hilarious and bizarre 7 days of their lives. At the end they realize that there is just too much for too many.

CLICK to watch the trailer with the ‘Aboki’ soundtrack

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