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CURFEW: The New Born Music Duo From Ghana


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Adi Ruler and Kolee’s Afrobeat Symphony in Curfew

In the dynamic and diverse music landscape of Ghana, Africa, two accomplished Afrobeat vocalists, Adi Ruler and Kolee, have come together to form the sensational duo named Curfew.

The idea of establishing this dynamic duo sprouted when the two artists decided to collaborate on a cypher performance during the annual Xmas Impact Festival at Akyem Kade in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

With their distinct fusion of infectious rhythms, soulful melodies, and thought-provoking lyrics, Adi Ruler and Kolee are not only making waves in their homeland but also gaining international acclaim. Their aspirations include performances in Abu Dhabi, Johannesburg, and Durban later this year.

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This article delves into the journey, influences, and impact of Curfew, shedding light on their ascent to fame and the vibrant Afrobeat sounds they bring to the global stage.

The Formation of Curfew: Both born and raised in Ghana, Adi Ruler and Kolee harbored a deep passion for music from an early age. While each artist had made significant strides in their solo careers, it was their shared vision and musical chemistry that led to the formation of Curfew. The duo’s moniker, Curfew, symbolizes their ambition to break free from societal limitations and craft music that transcends boundaries.

Musical Style and Influences: Curfew’s musical essence is firmly grounded in Afrobeat Hi-Life, a genre that originated in Ghana and has proliferated across the African continent and beyond.

Drawing inspiration from Afrobeat trailblazers like Fela Kuti, Adi Ruler (The Rulenationz Boss) and Kolee (U no dey see Movement) infuse their distinct style and life experiences into their music.

Their compositions blend traditional African rhythms with modern elements, resulting in a sound that seamlessly merges nostalgia with contemporaneity. The duo’s lyrics often delve into social issues, love, and personal growth, resonating profoundly with listeners.

Rise to Prominence: Since the inception of Curfew, the duo has garnered a substantial following both domestically and internationally. Their upcoming debut single, “Freedom,” slated for release in 2024, is poised to attract attention with its infectious beats and powerful message of liberation.

Expected to become an anthem for the youth, the song embodies the spirit of a generation seeking change and empowerment. Following the success of “Freedom,” Curfew has released several chart-topping singles, including “Spend On Me,” “Nana Ahenkan Foundation Anthem,” “Tokolo,” and “African Queen,” solidifying their status as emerging stars in the Afrobeat scene.

Impact and Future: Curfew’s music not only captivates audiences but also serves as inspiration for a new wave of Afrobeat artists in Ghana and beyond. Recognized as innovators in the genre, their seamless fusion of traditional African sounds with contemporary elements has earned them acclaim. The duo’s commitment to using their platform to address social issues and promote positive change has endeared them to fans globally.

Looking ahead, Curfew has exciting plans for the future, including the development of their debut album. This forthcoming release promises to be a testament to their growth and musical prowess.

With their infectious energy and undeniable talent, Adi Ruler and Kolee are poised to continue their upward trajectory, leaving an indelible mark on the Afrobeat scene.



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Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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