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Isaac Kyere donates GHC 15,000, to a dance studio in Ghana

Isaac Kyere also known as Isaac M.I.K, a celebrated choreographer and founder of the "African Dance Dictionary," has strengthened the existence of "Ghetto Studio," a local dance studio in Ghana with a donation of GHS 15,000.

Isaac Kyere donates GHC 15,000, to a dance studio in Ghana

The dance studio is managed by Eflex, a prominent figure in the Ghanaian dance style "Azonto" and has played a pivotal role in providing a home for underprivileged children, steering them away from the streets.

Kyere traveled to Ghana in December 2023 to present the donation, emphasizing the raw and unique vibe of the Ghetto Studio.

"We want to preserve the cultural roots of the place," Kyere stated, highlighting his commitment to supporting local communities.

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The donation aims to safeguard the future of Ghetto Studio, ensuring that young talents continue to have a space to showcase their skills.

With over 10 million followers on social media, Kyere has earned his expertise and captivating dance performances in the Afro-dance scene. Born in Ghana but raised in Germany, his journey to success has been marked by his passion for African dance and a relentless pursuit of knowledge.

Recognizing the scarcity of digital resources for modern African dance, Kyere took it upon himself to bridge the gap. Over 15 years, he accumulated expertise through immersion in African dance camps, collaborations with artists, and reconnecting with his roots in Ghana.

The culmination of his efforts resulted in the "African Dance Dictionary," a digital platform featuring historical insights, step-by-step instructions, and cultural education for various African dance styles.

This online learning portal has turned into a community of over 200,000 followers, attracting notable dance figures like Dancegodlloyd, Incredible Zigi, and Poco Lee as instructors.

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Isaac Kyere expresses hope that the "African Dance Dictionary" will further contribute to the preservation of culture, creating a harmonious blend of digital learning and physical dance spaces.

As the rhythm of African dance continues to echo globally, Kyere's initiative stands as a testament to the power of unity and cultural preservation.

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