New Jersey-based sensational Ghanaian R&B singer, Ded Buddy, has disclosed his readiness to promote Ghana’s tourism industry through music.
Also known as Qweci, the artiste said in an interview that his long stay in the United States has given him the opportunity to learn more about how other countries are better branded and marketed through tourism, and this would better place him in a position to promote Ghana.
The ‘Yebesa’ hit maker again disclosed how he would be embarking on a nationwide tour to raise funds to support certain tourism centres in some part of the country, adding that his management team led by his Executive Producer, George Nana Yaw Obeng, has declared his eagerness to support him in all his projects.
Known in private life as Eric Turkson, Ded Buddy established his presence in the music industry two decades ago and was a member of hiplife group, Native Funky Lord, which was formed in the 90s with Eddie Blay and Tiny Quaye.
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