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Meet Junior PSL: Young Ghanaian Campaigning For Road Safety With His Songs

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Ghanaian hip hop artist Junor PSL has joined forces with the Road Safety and multimedia communications company PSLmuzik group to promote road safety during the upcoming festive season. The lad has released a single on traffic safety titled, “Road Safety”, the campaign intends to reduce fatalities in a country where thousands of people lose their lives on the roads every year.

00This is in response to road traffic accidents around the country, 90 percent of which according to Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Development are caused by human error. Released last month, the song will be used as a campaign tool against drunk driving, driving without a license, failure to adhere to road rules and driving while fatigued among other mishaps that have caused loss of lives and injuries on the country’s roads.

Junior PSL is determined to use his voice and experiences in ensuring that the roads are safe for all that use them. According to him, in the song, he will hold road safety campaigns around the country. As a musician,00 I feel it is my duty to educate and inform people on pressing issues affecting our society. PSLmuzik group signee implored drivers to be cautious on the roads during the festive season

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Kingsley Baffour Awuah aka Junior_PSL, a member of PSLmuzik group ( consisting of Scrip_T and Pappy_PSL) He officially started music around 2008 and released 1st official single (Foowaah) on 2016 after a couple of mixtapes. He studied Architecture at Central University in 2018 and now working as a recording artiste and an Architect.

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A Grammy Recognition Isn’t The Utmost For Me : Rocky Dawuni

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Ghana’s UN Ambassador for Environment Africa and Internationally known Musician, Rocky Dawuni, in a latest interview on Zylofon TV says he would not use any recognition in music as his utmost priority.

Rocky Dawuni was nominated in 2015 with his 6th album “Beats Of Zion” for the Grammys (Best Reggae Album category) song with other music greats like Jah Cure, Morgan Heritage, just to name a few. He became the very first Ghanaian Musician to get his foot in the Grammys with an Album. The global icon however feels there’s more to all of that than just a nomination or award.

“I would rather put my passion and how far I am able to influence the world positively through my music ahead of any award or recognition. I respect and pay reverence to the Grammys and any award scheme that has recognized me but the passion and drive behind that craft stands above it all for me”, Rocky Dawuni explained.

“Champion Arise”, a latest video he released few weeks ago is the 4th music video he’s produced from his 7th album “Beats Of Zion” released in March 2019. Stream “Beats Of Zion” album here on the digital stores: https://rockydawuni.lnk.to/beatsalbum

Watch “Champion Arise” official video below.

Rocky Dawuni was on “Link Up”, a music show on Zylofon Television on Friday, June 5, 2020.

You can follow him on social media via these links (below):

www.facebook.com/RockyDawuni

www.twitter.com/RockyDawuni

www.instagram.com/RockyDawuni

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People Will Call Me Gay If Wear This : Nana Tonardo’s Comment On Osebor’s ‘Kaba’ Inspired By Mad Fashion

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I Won’t F**kn Apologize So Let’s F^*kn Meet In Court; Fearless Mona Gucci Replies Yvonne Nelson

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