Entertainment of Saturday, 23 December 2017
Highlife singer Kumi Guitar and rapper Obibini have taken turns to stir thousands of patrons currently gathered at the Accra International Conference Centre for Stonebwoy’s BHIM Concert 2017. The event is held in honour of the dancehall singer’s latest album Epistles of Mama.
Before them have been impressive performances from a host o underground acts, Ara B, and Gospel singer Joyce Blessing. Funny man DKB and Elikem “The Tailor” are MCs for the night.
In attendance are ZYLOFON boss Nana Appiah, EIB CEO Bola Ray, former Black Stars skipper Stephen Appiah among other top personalities.
Epistles of Mama, jointly published by ZYLOFON Music and the artist’s own BMG imprint, consists 24 songs and features a flavoursome array of local and international heavyweights as Sean Paul, Chronixx, Sarkodie, Pressure, I Octane, Efya, Vanessa Bling, Joey B, Kabaka Pyramid all feature on the double CD project: one half dedicated to Afrobeats, and the other, reggae/dancehall.
The album follows other well-received projects as Grade 1, Necessary Evil, and Livingstone. A tribute to mother Catherine Satekla who passed in 2015, EOM joins a list of top GH acts to drop projects this year; others including Sarkodie, EL, and Becca, Trigmatic, MzVee, and Ebony.