Kumi Guitar releases visuals for ‘Dream’

Lorlornyofm
By Lorlornyofm July 22, 2017 07:57

Kumi Guitar releases visuals for ‘Dream’

Highlife artiste Kumi Guitar drops the visuals for his new single ‘Dream’.

He featured four of Ghana’s highlife legends on this latest single.

The song recorded by Zylofon Media’s in house producer Linkin Beats was performed by Kumi Guitar alone, but the visuals have these legends endorsing the song in different manner, fashion and style.

Dream, talks about Kumi Guitar`s desire to revive highlife music which does not appeal to young people of today. He wrote this song to rekindle the love highlife music used to enjoy among Ghanaians as he likens himself to great and men with vision like Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Azumah Nelson, Marcus Garvey etc.

The video of the “Dream” song which was shot in the environs of Cape Coast, Elmina and Takoradi saw the highlife legends Nana Kwame Amadu, Charles Amoah, Pat Thomas and veteran music producer Zapp Mallet playing different roles in telling the story of Kumi Guitar and his penchant to make his highlife dream achievable.

Dream’s video was directed by Zylofon Media in house video director Abass with supervision from Enoch Attakorah who happens to be the production manager of Zylofon Media.

Source: kasapafmonline.com

Lorlornyofm
By Lorlornyofm July 22, 2017 07:57
Write a comment

No Comments

No Comments Yet!

Let me tell You a sad story ! There are no comments yet, but You can be first one to comment this article.

Write a comment
View comments

Write a comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*

*

Recent Comments

  • Oxygen

    Oxygen

    Yeah I think it is time the government officials start accounting for their deeds. They cannot just come into power…

    View Article
  • Sammy the VIRUS

    Sammy the VIRUS

    In my estimation,I believe the average man in his quest to satisfy his libido will stop at nothing to have…

    View Article
  • Sammy the VIRUS

    Sammy the VIRUS

    There is this maxim within our local circles that says a man who works at Barkleys bank does not collect…

    View Article