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Patapaa to unearth music talents at Agona Swedru

AGONA SWEDRU-BASED artiste, Patapaa,  is set to organise a monthly music concert at Agona Swedru in the Central Region dubbed ‘Agona to the World’.

The concert is aimed at unearthing music talents in the municipality.

The musical concert, in collaboration with Golden Star FM, would be held on the first Saturday of every month, beginning August 4, 2018 and would give authentic, talented and potential singers and rappers a platform to exhibit their talents and readiness for the music industry.

It would have judges, including DJ Moses, DJ Fiifi Dennis, DJ Kwame Kay, and DJ Poppa, who would award marks to outstanding artistes.

At the end of the show every month, four artistes would be signed by the ‘pride of Swedru’ (Patapaa) to enable them to record songs with top artistes, including Mr Eazi, Article Wan, and AMG Medikal.

The four artistes to be picked every month would be provided with music beats by sound engineers, namely King ODC, Willis Beat, Rhythm Boss, and Dr Ray.

Patapaa told the GNA in an interview that the exercise was also in support of the National Sanitation Day Exercise, as it would begin with a clean-up exercise in the morning in the various communities.

He said he was determined to help the talented youth in Agona Swedru who are into music to also succeed.

Patapaa said he was grateful to God for his achievements so far, hence his decision to also help the people who are willing to excel in the music industry.

The ‘One Corner’ hit maker, who got into mainstream music in 2017 after he performed the song at the Agona Swedru Akwambo Festival, is currently one of the hottest artistes in the country. In his one year in the music industry, he has won the heart of many Ghanaians, having released hit songs like ‘Na bon’, ‘Akwaaba’ and ‘Pozo’ .

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