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Entertainment of Friday, 25 January 2019


I’ve relocated to Ghana – Rocky Dawuni

Rocky Dawuni who is the first Ghanaian artiste to be nominated for the Grammys has announced that he has relocated to Ghana and looking forward to doing more work home and across Africa.

In a conversation with, the award-winning Musician who is set to release his latest album “Beats Of Zion” on the 8th of March has mentioned that though he is a global person and always travelling, Ghana is where he calls home.

The musician who marked his golden jubilee birthday some days ago has also stated that he is a UN Goodwill Ambassador for the environment and he has now be given Africa as his jurisdiction to sensitize people on how to protect the environment.

“After the album, touring, playing shows, as I said, I am back home right now so there will be a lot of events that I will be involved in I am also a UN goodwill ambassador for the environment so I will be doing a lot of work in the environmental space” he said.

The 2015 Grammy Nominee, has however stated that he isn’t relocating to Ghana because of his UN role. Mr Dawuni reiterated that he is someone who always believes in his African roots as his music suggests and that is one great influence as to why he has decided to come back to Ghana.

“Just to let the audience know, I’ve actually moved back, I have relocated to Ghana, I’ve been here for a minute but I have just been under the radar” he added.

Rocky Dawuni who featured Wiyaala, Sarkodie and Stonebwoy on his soon to be released “Beats Of Zion” album has, therefore, expressed his interest in working with a lot more of Ghanaian acts whilst he stays in his motherland.