Entertainment News

Empress Miriam Simone’s Ghanaian Homecoming: A Journey of Music and Empowerment

empress miriam simone's ghanaian homecoming

Empress Miriam Simone’s Ghanaian Homecoming

Reggae Artist Empress Simone Brings Music and Hope to Ghana

Renowned European reggae artist Empress Miriam Simone is eagerly preparing for her first visit to Ghana, a milestone in her career dedicated to promoting her music and advocating for the empowerment of black women and needy children.

With deep ancestral ties linking Amsterdam and Suriname to Ghana, Empress Simone feels a profound connection to the motherland and sees this trip as a chance to honor her heritage and strengthen unity within the global African community.

Hailing from Amsterdam and Suriname, Miriam Simone is celebrated as one of Europe’s top female reggae artists. Her musical journey began at the tender age of four, deeply influenced by Gospel, Soul, and Reggae music. By thirteen, she was performing with bands and church choirs in Amsterdam, refining her vocal skills and nurturing her passion for music.

Simone’s illustrious career includes sharing stages with prominent reggae artists such as Sizzla, Chronixx, Jah 9, Tarrus Riley, and I-Octane at major events like Capleton’s show St. Mary We Come From, Trenchtown Rock, and Tarrus Riley & Friends. She has collaborated with artists like Jamelody and Fyakin and has unreleased tracks with Sizzla and Capleton, showcasing her versatility and talent in the reggae genre. Her single “Disappointed” won the What’s the Verdict award for the best online international song of 2012 on Roots FM (Jamaica).

empress miriam simone

Empress Miriam Simone

Empress Simone’s homecoming concert, hosted by DJ Gashie of Golden Fingers Sound System, will take place at Nima-Ashaiman Station on July 27, 2024. This event will provide a platform for meaningful interactions with fans and the local community. Her latest single, “STOP THE SHOOTING,” produced by Paul Scott of Sound System Club LTD, is a powerful message against war and violence, highlighting her dedication to peace and unity through her music.

Celebrated for her exceptional vocals, energetic performances, and steadfast commitment to liberation and freedom through music and Rastafari teachings, Empress Simone’s journey to Ghana is a symbolic return to her roots. She will collaborate with Ghanaian sound systems, conscious reggae artists, and organizations to uplift the community and amplify the voices of women and children.

empress simone

Empress Simone

Her upcoming projects in Ghana, including a video shoot with Ghanaian reggae artist Major Steppa, a video shoot for her forthcoming album, and establishing a branch of her organization, the ‘Indigenous Women Foundation,’ in Ghana, underscore her commitment to supporting black women and children and fostering positive change in the community.

For media inquiries and interview requests, please contact: empressmiriamsimone@gmail.com



Halmblog will respond to any and all take-down requests that comply with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), and other applicable intellectual property laws. Promotional songs are generally meant to increasing exposure of otherwise unknown or new production labels, artists, producers, DJs, and/or those that have a low reach on a global scale. Subsequently, this increases streaming and sales of a production, directly benefiting the Copyright holder(s) from onset of official release of their subsequent or current material. Promos posted on this website are not for profit. If you feel your rights are being infringed upon, email us via info@halmblog.com


Defe Defe (Afrobeat Remix) by Team Eternity Ghana
Defe Defe by Team Eternity Ghana
Goodsin Remix by Olivetheboy Ft King Promise, Oxlade & Reekado Banks
Overthinking by Kofi Kinaata
Otan by Sarkodie
Monica by Kuami Eugene
Kwaku Ananse (Remix) by Amerado Ft Fameye
Fallen Angel by Smallgod & Black Sherif
O’Kenneth & XlimKid – Lonely Road
Masesa by Jay Bahd Ft Skyface SDW & Kwaku DMC
Murder Line by Mr Logic (Shatta Wale Diss)
YAYA by Black Sherif
Sika Aba Fie by King Paluta
Oh No by Black Sherif
Prepare by Kwesi Amewuga
LandGuard by Kwesi Amewuga
Ting Ting by Oseikrom Sikanii
Tompoo by Kwesi Amewuga
Rent Free by Gyakie
Ahaban by Kwesi Amewuga
Osama by Kwame Nut Ft Kwesi Amewuga
Bad Boy by Lasmid
Butta My Bread by JZyNo Ft Lasmid
Case (Remix) by Mr Drew Ft Mophty
Africa Money by Wendy Shay
Akatani by Jay Bahd Ft Beeztrap KOTM & Kwaku DMC
Simmer Down by Black Sherif
Insha Allah by Okyeame Kwame Ft King Paluta
Eye Nwanwa by Guru Nkz
Telecel Ghana Music Awards TGMA 2024 Full List of Winners
Terminator (Remix) by King Promise Ft Sean Paul & Tiwa Savage
Akohwie (Remix) by Ypee Ft Jhade Stone
Talk About Me by Addi Self
Woto Woto Seasoning by Odumodublvck Ft Black Sherif
Meye Dae Metumi by Nana Adobea Sikapa
On My Way by Mophty
Where The Party At by Sean Lifer
Yeye by Article Wan
Against All Odds by Obibini
Masei Ho by Broda Sammy


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.

Leave a Comment