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Music of Thursday, 12 January 2006


Nana Fremah?s ?Jackpot?Album Hit Stores

It's the day Fremah’s fans have been waiting for – the high-life artist’s newest album, "Jackpot," is in stores nationwide now. It is distributed in the Ghana by Big Ben Production and in USA by Dondo Production. ?

With the astounding talent of Fremah, this solo debut is unmatched. Many music critics have given the album good reviews, claiming that the album is great for everyone’s listening pleasure.

Critics have equally labeled the album an awesome start to an awesome artist. Radio listeners have already had a taste of some of the released songs but picking a copy of the album will blow the minds of listeners.

“I had very high expectations when buying this album, and I have to say that I was really blown away. I fell in love with “Jackpot” when I first heard the released single.

Listening to it was an emotional, uplifting experience for me. I can’t really describe it. I haven’t stopped listening to it since I got it. I highly recommend this album to anyone who likes good music. If you don’t buy it, you’re seriously missing out on exceptionally good music that should be heard by everyone” Jeff, a die-hard fan said.

Fremah’s released single “Shhhh (Mente Gyae)” is doing well in urban radio markets, and has received a great deal of airplay and has burn-up airwaves in major regions. The video clip has equally been added to TV3 and Metro TV rotation and is receiving great reviews as well.

"Mente Gyae" combines shifting musical textures, reflective lyrics and a silky voice to create a classic sound that goes beyond trends. From the opening song, which features a tense Dondo (gong gong) sound with swift introduction by Screwface, this album sounds like a musician in her prime but Fremah is only a rookie in the industry. "Every song on the album is close to my heart because I’m making the kind of music that I love," quips Fremah.

"Everybody at Dondo Music Production is real hyped up because we've finally gotten the much anticipated album out," said Sam, CEO of Dondo Production. "We've been working on this album real heavily and thank God this album is finally released and easing into homes," he noted.

"To be perfectly honest, I think all songs on the album are hit material, and I appeal to fans to support the album by grabbing a copy of this album," Sam added.

The11-track album features Ghana own Screw Face, US based rap artist 18 Cee, darling Nana k2 and finest engineer/artist Roro.

"It has been a very personal album for me," says Fremah. "My first release has been one of the best experiences of my life. I think “Jackpot” is a soul-searching album and more is yet to come " she added.

Hurry out to the store and get a copy of the album in stores today!

For more information, contact Dondo Production @ or USA?? - 1-646-285-3836, 1-917-292-4433 and in Ghana – 233-244-562-366.