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ROCKY DAWUNI'S NEW JOYOUS "SHINE A LIGHT" VIDEO AND "LIGHT UP THE DARKNESS WITH A POSITIVE SPIRIT" "Shine A Light” by Rocky Dawuni combines the sounds of New Orleans with reggae and samba to create an anthem of positivity. The song and video celebrate the power of our shared humanity and the importance of being [...] Continue Reading >
10 Reasons Rocky Dawuni Deserves a Win at the VGMA
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Elorm Beenie over at Bienie Words just posted a great top 10 list of reasons Rocky should win at this years Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Thank you for your support! 10 reasons why Rocky Dawuni deserves to win VGMA ‘Record of the Year’ 2016 Rocky Dawuni is one huge name that carries a lot of weight and [...] Continue Reading >
ROCKY DAWUNI “Best African Artist” at World Music Awards
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The star studded event organized by Martin's International, was attended by a who's who of the Carribean and world music communities as well as a cross sectionof global press. Dawuni performed his classic song "Extraordinary Woman" from "Hymns for the Rebel Soul" with the legendary Dean Fraser on saxophone and then closed the show with a rousing performance of Bob [...] Continue Reading >
Rocky Dawuni “Hymns for the Rebel Soul” US Release May 25, 2010!
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Hymns Of The Rebel Soul Released Dawuni describes the 11-song album, which was recorded during the recent transformative U.S. Presidential election, as an uplifting exploration of social and global consciousness. The music was crafted to reflect the common spiritual, political and social aspirations felt by people around the world. Hymns for the Rebel Soul features [...] Continue Reading >
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Mainstream music may have overshadowed reggae on conventional radio, but this seems to have no bearing on its dynamism. Perhaps it explains why “Download the Revolution” from Rocky Dawuni’s latest reggae-toned CD strikes a chord with listeners. The lyrics undoubtedly suggest the insurgence of a more conscious kind of music. The 11-song album, “Hymns for [...] Continue Reading >