America-based Ghanaian multiple award-winning R&B singer, Qweci formerly known as Ded Buddy is set to rock Ghana soon with “The Love Concert.” The concert will bring together all the R&B stars across the country to ignite the R&B genre in the music industry.
Singer Lines-up Jon Germain, Chemphe, Akwaboah, Knii Lante And Others For “The Love Concert”
America-based Ghanaian multiple award-winning R&B singer, Qweci formerly known as Ded Buddy is set to rock Ghana soon with “The Love Concert.”
Artistes billed for the concert include award-winning Jon Germain, Chemphe, Reggae star Knii Lante, Akwaboah, Adina, and others. The concert is scheduled for the coming months although organizers haven’t confirmed venue and dates yet.
Qweci released yet another hit video titled “Saka Saka” latter last year and teamed up with VRMG act, Edem on an Afrobeat single “Fa Be Wo” in January, 2015. “Fa Be Wo”, the much anticipated single has been hugely embraced by Ghanaians and foreign music lovers as it receives massive airplay and thousands of online downloads and streaming daily.
Following his biggest collaboration so far was “QWECi’s Piano Tour” – the tour and concert which is currently in progress see Qweci and four other RnB artistes tour various venues across the country. The tour which has various editions such as the student’s edition, corporate edition, media edition and celebrity edition will be climaxed with the piano concert in August.
The ‘Yebesa’ hit maker has also hinted that he would be embarking on a nationwide tour to raise funds to support certain tourism centres in some part of the country, adding that his management team led by his Executive Producer, George Nana Yaw Obeng, has declared his eagerness to support him in all his projects.
The multiple award-winning singer is preparing to drop his highly anticipated album this year with other surprises.
Known in private life as Eric Turkson, Qweci established his presence in the music industry two decades ago and was a member of hiplife group, Native Funky Lord, which was formed in the 90s with Eddie Blay and Tinny Quaye.
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