Aborigines Beach Resort’s media department “Aborigines Promotions” has singed Volta region based hip/hop,hip life music icon, JJ Gonami for five years.
The growing media organisation which initially promotes sports only, has now delved into music production and signed the deal on Saturday as its first music initiative.
Explaining why they decided to sign JJ Gonami on to its record label, the CEO …. said the media group has over the years monitoring JJ Gonami’s songs which are all of creative art and most talented in their view and that “has deemed it Strategic to sign the Afro beat artist and his management under our label for a period of 5 years”
He said the move will go ahead to enhance the artist’s work and promised the artist of success in his career saying “As we marked the beginning of our 5 years journey, we wish to congratulate the entire management team of the artist and welcome them officially into Aborigines Promotions,
We wish to state here and now that the artist is yet to chalk historic success in his music career with Aborigines Promotions, our expectations are high and we can’t wait to see them in reality” he said.
The contact covers JJ Gonami”s promotions, production and management for the five years.
The visionary artist born Jacob Gonami Agbenuvor from Tegbi-Keta expressed gratitude to the management of Aborigines Promotions and the entire Aborigines business organisation.
He is a multiple award wining Afro beat artist in the region with the highest followers, over the few years made numerous songs with “Dzidzo) kp)kp)” as most popular and influential song in the entire region.
He also collaborated with colleague upcoming artist in the region including “wutu nunu” hit maker Agbeshi ft Medikal, he has since been silence despite releasing songs until Aborigines Promotions came to his aid. JJ Gonami raps in English and more in his local dialect Ewe.
Aborigines Promotions has over the years chalked success in promoting Ghana’s famous boxers, Bukom Banku, Agbeko and Ayitey Powers with vision to do more.
By: Albert Kuzor