Afro-trap artiste announces media tour
The aim of this tour is to grow the artiste's fanbase, show case his creative art to the masses, let individuals know what to expect before the end of the year and also create a monumental mark in the minds of the people.
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Darkovibes' rise to fame began in 2016 after VRMG Boss Edem featured him and a few others on his hit track 'Egboame (Remix)'. Since then, he's worked with a number of big names in the Ghanaian music scene; Magnom, Joey B, Efya, Vacs, Kuvie, and many more.
Since the release of his tracks 'Mercy' and 'Tomorrow', Darkovibes has been on the West African entertainment radar and has granted interviews to several online platforms including Glitz Magazine (online).
He recently released a video for his Kuvie-produced hit single "Tomorrow" and the reviews are going out of the roof in and out of Ghana and Nigeria (nativemag.com) and also getting consistent airplay on local radio and beyond; UK's prestigious Afro magazine show - Factory 78.
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Charts have embraced Darkovibes, as his songs have made it to iTunes West African Chart, No.1 on Live Afro Chart (Live 91.9 FM), Yfm Top 20 Countdown and some recognized playlists.
The team of Darkovibes see this as a stepping stone, and intend to make the brand a household name within the country and push this creativity to the rest of the world, as he sets Ghana on the center of the map.
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