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Okyeame Kwame gifts gold chain to fan at Joy Prime ‘Made In Ghana’ Fair

For musicians, it is heart-warming when their fans are able to sing their songs words for word. This fan outdid himself so much Okyeame Kwame had to gift him his gold chain. Ghana’s ‘Rap Dacta’ Okyeame Kwame, was very excited at the third edition of Joy Prime’s Made in Ghana Fair which was held over […]

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Okyeame Kwame gifts gold chain to fan at Joy Prime Made in Ghana Fair

Okyeame Kwame gifts gold chain to fan at Joy Prime Made in Ghana Fair

For musicians, it is heart-warming when their fans are able to sing their songs words for word. This fan outdid himself so much Okyeame Kwame had to gift him his gold chain.

Ghana’s ‘Rap Dacta’ Okyeame Kwame, was very excited at the third edition of Joy Prime’s Made in Ghana Fair which was held over the weekend. In the course of his performance, Okyeame randomly picked from the audience, a gentleman who joined him on stage to perform ‘Mesan Aba’. Awed by the performance of the guy, Okyeame gifted him a Made in Ghana t-shirt and his expensive gold chain.

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Asked why he decided to give such an expensive gold chain to the fan, the versatile rapper said he was humbled by the fact that someone loved his music to the extent that he could perform it like it was his.

“I did that to show that I appreciated his love for me and my craft. For someone to be able to learn your song and perform it perfectly as the gentleman did, the only way I could say ‘thank you’ to him, was give him something precious,” he said.

The rapper, who was adorned in white fugu and a pair of trousers together with his bubbly dancers, also performed his ‘Made in Ghana’ song which is already helping to push the Made in Ghana agenda on all fronts.

Trade Ministry adopts Okyeame Kwame’s 'Made in Ghana’ song for campaign

Okyeame Kwame, who was currently made ‘Made in Ghana’ Ambassador by the Ministry of Trade and Industry, is bent on preaching the Made in Ghana agenda through music and other arts-related projects.

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The third edition of the Made in Ghana Fair was organized by Joy Prime on MultiTV. Watch his performance below
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYI69N5ZAV4]

SOURCE: MYJOYONLINE

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HAPAwards Partners EIB Network, NOVARICK, Cloud9ine, Others for 2023 Edition

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To strengthen its American Royal Experience,the Hollywood and African Prestigious Awards (HAPAwards) recently partnered EIB Network, NOVARICK, Cloud9ine and other organizations to honor excellence in creativity and artistry.  The 7th annual edition is scheduled to showcase outstanding talents from October 1st – 8th at the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale, California. 

HAPAwards is a 3-in-one weekend experience – the Fashion & Music Night, Main Award Show and HAPA International Business Roundtable (HIBR). The concept of Road-To-HAPA is also a travel-styled celebrations which started from Ghana in West Africa all the way to East Africa and a final stop in the City of Angeles, California.

During an online conversation with Adeola Odunowo, Producer/African Representative of HAPAwards, he said “The Road-To-HAPA opens a new vista of opportunities for businesses to partner and collaborate across multiple touchpoints to increase audience engagements within the entertainment circle.”

While Ms. Tina Weisinger, Founder/CEO of the Hollywood and African Prestigious Awards noted that the 7th edition will further bridge the cultural gap around the globe, celebrate diverse and international talents across the films, music, comedy and fashion industries.  

For Noah Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer, NOVARICK Homes & Properties, he is excited to participate as a panelist, discussing trade and investment opportunities within the West African corridor at the HAPA International Business Roundtable (HIBR).

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And as part of the special spotlight on Ghana, Kerwin Richards, CEO of Cloud9ine stressed, “this is ultimately like a match made in heaven as we share the same vision with the HAPAwards, celebrating talents and connecting people across the diaspora.

Since 2017, the Hollywood and African Prestigious Awards strives to promote global creativity and continuously connect the richness of African cultures with unique business opportunities within the entertainment circle. The platform celebrates outstanding achievements of African and international stars, actors, musicians, comedians, sport personalities, community leaders, entrepreneurs and Royal dignitaries.  

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