One of Ghana’s enterprising RnB singers, Henry Agyekum aka Chemphe, will embark on a two-nation tour of Kenya and South Africa, where he thrill a section of music fans in the two countries.
The RnB singer is expected to perform in some selected cities in Kenya and three other destinations in South Africa, namely Soweto, Durban and Johannesburg, alongside some of the lead music icons in those countries.
Chemphe, who made these known in an interview on Hitz TV’s ‘Countdown’ programme on Multi TV, noted that apart from his two-nation tour, he was working tirelessly to launch his fourth album in January next year.
The young singer and songwriter disclosed that his love for music dated back to his childhood days. His love for music led him to join the school choir, where he added lyrics to every song he sang. He later joined a music group but left the group after a year.
Hitting the limelight in 2007 with his first album titled ‘No Pampanaa’, Chemphe has over time developed his own kind of music which he calls Urban Life, a fusion of R&B and Ghanaian grooves.
The only male in a family of 7, Chemphe has gradually earned himself the accolade of being a ladies’ man, thanks in part to his songs which border on love, unity and other social issues.
Chemphe, who is the Africa region ambassador for YMCA, is fast becoming an international icon having performed on international platforms in Korea and recently at the Global Festival in Norway, where he launched his third album ‘New Day’.
A fourth studio album titled ‘Hidden Emotions’ is in the works for the ‘No Pampanaa’ hit maker, who also has other hit songs such as ‘Why You Dey Treat Am Bad’ and ‘One People’ to his credit. ‘Hidden Emotions’ will feature some of Ghana’s rap artistes such as D-Cyrme, Tic-Tac and Trigmatic.
Source: Daily Guide
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