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Ghanaleak did a one on one interview with the Most Sensational and Promising GH Music Group in Italy(AFRIGHANA) and this is how their story Began
Jeremiah E. T. Kennedy - profesionally known as Jerro*Started doing music in the classrooms of St Paul's JSS since '92. Made my first stage appearance in '95 at 'Parhow club' Tema comm 2.After completing JSS I performed in virtually every show in Tema around the late '90s thus; Miss BECE, Miss SSCE, etc.I had my intermediate studies at St Paul's Kukurantumi where I took over the whole eastern region schools with the original 'dee de bombo' movement. In 2000, I was hooked up by the late Charles K. Asante A.K.A Adoption for an album colabo which I couldn't finish before I travelled to Europe in 2001. In early 2004, I became the official MC for a reggea sound system in Milan called 'Straniodorisounds'
Seth Adjei Laryea - profesionally known as Ras i*A native of Tashie, born and bredHe has always had a stronge passion for black music especially reggea,singing tunes of B Marley, P. Toch, Culture, etc He developed his singing and creating his own music in Itay around 2001. He improved remarcably over a year and cought the attention of a reggea band
I met Ras i in december 2004. He was by then the lead singer for a live reggea band 'Jah Jah music' Their official dj 'Lolo' whom I knew from JSS linked us up with his brother Jonnie Banton. Our connection was mutual cos we were all big Jamiacan fans.The three of us performed and recorded numerous tracks with Selecta Papua of 'straniodorisounds'
In 2010, we decided to go record our tracks in Ghana but our timing and holidays couldn't coincide. We were obliged to do a soundtrack for the movie '2wrongs' which needed to have a Gh feel. Our search for the best sound engineer in Italy led us 400km from where we live. At the end it was worth it cos we discovered Project X. We'v been recording with him ever since.
AfriGh is a music empire open to all Ghanaians abroad, especially Europe. We aim to maintain Gh consciousness and Pan-Africanism in the youth.
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