Ghanaian award-winning R&B Singer and activist, Chemphe has dedicated one of his songs, ‘Trinity (Money Fame and Power). Although the ‘Trinity’ song was composed two years ago, it is an apt soundtrack to Nigeria’s current situation generally. The singer comments that the riots in Nigeria will affect the socio-economic development of the country and recommended dialogue as the best way to solve the issues. CHEMPHE-trinity (money,fame nd power) by AmeyawDebrahChemphe has been very instrumental with social issues right from the beginning of his career, preaching against violence against women, unity and more. He is YMCAs Ambassador for poverty eradication and is embarking on various social projects around the world. His latest single, ‘Number 1’ is currently enjoying massive airplay nationwide and it is a favourite particularly in the Westerb Region. He is also set to release a new single which features 4×4 in February. Chemphe is also expected to release “Titi” a valentine song on February 1. He is currently signed on to E-Jam record label.]]>
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