Ghnewsnow Entertainment Desk is proud to present to you the 20 sterling Ghana reggae and dancehall artists featuring on the Where Di Money Riddim. These artists span the entire generational spectrum of the genre in Ghana right now. From Kente to Elis Koina, the Where Di Money project will unleash a barrage of experienced artists featuring alongside raw and new talent and here at Ghnewsnow,we will bring them all to you ahead of the release. Today,we shine the spotlight on JaHWi
Viewing his works as a whole, one can easily see his philosophy in life visualized as a physical manifestation of spiritual journeys and lessons.
Working with Poetry, Photography, Painting, Music and Graffiti Kwabena Danso aka JaHWi can best be described as a multi-ability-artist with no boundaries.
JaHWi has been a driving force in the underground music scene in Ghana over the last fifteen years, he is the founder and administrator of the Afro Reggae Empire network. His work in the industry spans a list of endeavors; he is the vision and philosophy behind the artworks of some colleague artists. JaHWi employs a combination of artistic talents which go beyond music itself to its promotion, and he does not hold back when called to express himself without a microphone.
His work in the industry spans a list of endeavors; he is the vision and philosophy behind the artworks of some colleague artists. JaHWi employs a combination of artistic talents which go beyond music itself to its promotion, and he does not hold back when called to express himself without a microphone.
Jahwi has opened for the likes of Culture, Rocky Dawuni, Kofi Ghanaba, Tony Rebel, Mutabaruka and Dobet Gnahore.
He has played various prestigious venues and festivals including, The Kwame Nkrumah Centenary Celebrations, ACAWF 2013, ACAWF 2016, Mother Earth Fest. 2016 to name a few
JaHWi’s debut album “Ancient Soul Cries” was released on 24th April 2013, He is currently in the studio working on a second. JaHWi blends a unique range of vocal skills with spoken word and beat boxing, his fusion of sounds range from reggae to rock and hip hop.
He is passionate about social issues, with themes ranging from self-awareness, spiritual growth, immigration and African unity to Stories from the streets of Accra.
JaHWi features on the WHERE DI MONEY RIDDIM
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