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Jeneral Rojah to Spread Love and Vibes at “Jam For Love” Concert on June 4th



Ghanaian reggae, dancehall, and performing artiste, Jeneral Rojah is set to release a brand new project titled “Jam For Love” on June 4,2024.

This exciting new single is part of his upcoming EP “God’s Project”, and it’s a song that’s close to his heart.

According to Jeneral Rojah, “Jam For Love” was inspired by his donation exercise to the Mother Care Orphanage Home off the Swedru Oda road. He wrote the song as an anthem for his next donation and jam concert, which was scheduled for October 8, 2022, at the Winneba local Prison. Although the plans changed, Jeneral Rojah decided to add the song to his EP as the maiden track.

“Jam For Love” is more than just a song – it’s a theme song for Jeneral Rojah’s year-to-year donation exercise. It’s a call to share love regardless of our race, culture, age, and wealth. The song’s message is one of unity and spreading love, and it’s something that resonates deeply with his values as an artiste.”

The EP “God’s Project” will also feature a live and acoustic version of “Jam For Love”, showcasing Jeneral Rojah’s versatility and talent as a performer.

With “Jam For Love”, the grateful hitmaker is set to inspire and uplift his fans once again. His music is a testament to his passion and dedication to his craft, and we can’t wait to see what he has in store for us with this new project. Mark your calendars for June 4 and get ready to jam for love!

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Joseph And The Kohanim’s ‘I’m A Soldier’: A Song of Hope and Resilience




Joseph And The Kohanim’s new release, “I’m A Soldier,” featuring the powerful vocals of South African lead singer Tazzy L, is here to uplift and inspire.

This anthem serves as a rallying cry for believers to persist in their faith, reminding them of their strength and resilience.

“We were never promised a life without battles,” says Dr. Joseph Opare, the song’s producer and writer. “But as soldiers of faith, we are called to endure hardship, with the assurance that ‘we are more than conquerors.'”

Melli3000 from Jamaica declares in the song, “This we a go sing pon repeat,” as a response to the backing vocals’ emphasis on the words, “We are more than conquerors, oh did you know that?” highlighting its profound impact and uplifting message.

“I’m A Soldier” draws on a rich tapestry of melodies from Christian artists across Ghana, South Africa, and Jamaica. This blend of spiritual motivation and vibrant rhythms is designed to rejuvenate your spirit and call you to regroup for the battles ahead.

Play “I’m A Soldier” during challenging times and let its inspiring riddim lift your soul, allowing the Holy Ghost to minister to you.

Joseph And The Kohanim have consistently showcased their ability to blend various musical genres while delivering powerful messages that resonate with audiences worldwide.

“I’m A Soldier” is a testament to their commitment to creating music that uplifts the spirit and encourages listeners to persevere through life’s challenges.

The single is available on all major music download and streaming platforms. Fans can follow Joseph And The Kohanim on social media for updates on releases, and behind-the-scenes content.

Checkout Joseph And The Kohanim on social media for updates on releases, and behind-the-scenes content.
Listen now and join the fight of faith with renewed strength and determination.

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Akata Kolo Orchestra Presents, “No Pity”




Akata Kolo Orchestra is a musical project led by 9 musicians since 2021, from the Gennevilliers Conservatory.

Coming from various musical horizons, their appetite for groove brought them together around a genre that is funky and soulful, that makes people wanna dance and party: Afrobeat.

Built around a strong brass section, a tireless rhythm section and a radiant singer, A.K.O is ready to make their audience sweat and dance all throughout the night.

After a year on the road playing Afrobeat standards, the band starts composing with the release of their first EP on the
10/27/2023. The project is supported by two venues from the Paris-area
since 2023, The Tamanoir (Gennevilliers) and Canal 93 (Bobigny).

Their latest, “No Pity” is a complete work of art. The short brass sections and snare sensation is so comforting. It takes us back to the 1950s.

Enjoy this great tune from below.

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