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Rocky Dawuni Set to Rock The U.S at the Legendary SOB’s in New York

rocky dawuni set to rock the u.s at the legendary sob’s in new york

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Rocky Dawuni Set to Rock The U.S at the Legendary SOB’s in New York

Fresh from his recent performance in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire for the 50th Anniversary of World Environment Day with the United Nations Environmental Program, the legendary Ghanaian musician and activist, Rocky Dawuni, is set to embark on a series of shows in the United States. Kicking off in New York City, he will be delivering a special performance at SOB’s on Saturday, July 8th. This intimate full band show promises to be a memorable experience.

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Following his NYC performance, Rocky Dawuni will grace the stage at Music Haven in Schenectady, upstate New York, on Sunday, July 9th. Then, on Saturday, July 22nd, he will captivate the audience at Grand Performances in Los Angeles for the highly anticipated Afro Funke’ 20th Anniversary Celebration, presented by KCRW.

Rocky Dawuni has been touring the world, recently visiting Costa Rica, the United States, and Ghana, spreading his positive “Afro Roots” sound. He has just released a captivating music video in collaboration with Ghanaian Highlife sensation Kyekyeku titled “Africa Till I Die,” which has received widespread acclaim and is enjoying heavy rotation in Africa and beyond.

The collaboration between Rocky Dawuni and Kyekyeku in “Africa Till I Die” blends the native sound of Ghana with reggae, highlighting the African roots of both genres. The highlife rhythm sets the stage for reggae vocals, creating a seamless fusion that showcases the successful encounter between different musical styles.

In addition to his collaboration with Kyekyeku, Rocky Dawuni recently featured on a vibrant track called “Afreeca The Future” with renowned Jamaican group Morgan Heritage and Lord Alajiman of Daara J fame from Senegal. The song is part of Morgan Heritage’s latest album, “The Homeland,” which features an impressive roster of artists from across the African continent. The album takes listeners on a musical journey that bridges the past and the future.

Earlier this year, Rocky Dawuni received his third GRAMMY Award nomination for “Best Global Music Performance” for his single “Neva Bow Down,” featuring Blvk H3ro from Jamaica. With more exciting collaborations lined up for the year, particularly from Africa, Rocky is currently working on his ninth studio album. He continues to evolve his signature sound, delivering conscious music that unites generations and cultures.

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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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