Cruising along in good shape, Jay Ghartey continues to receive massive support not only in his music career but also on his GH Brothers Youth Foundation from Africa and across the world. Numerous artistes from Ghana and other parts of the world have recognized and supported the Ghanaian-American rapper, singer, songwriter, producer and philanthropist’s effort in creating a comfortable school for school dropouts and underprivileged youth in Ghana.
As the first and only Ghanaian artiste with a school foundation, the GH Brothers co-founder vows to do more to provide an excellent quality education for the children. After a splendid performance on his blockbuster hit singles, “Papa”, “Love You Better” and “Somebody”, he has never relaxed. He’s out with another exquisite well talented single titled “African Money” featuring two of Ghana’s finest artistes, EL and AJ Omo Alajah. This track completely produced by Jay Ghartey is an uptempo African anthem.
EL decided to donate all proceeds from his first ever feature with Jay Ghartey to GH Brothers Youth Foundation. Jay Ghartey has fully immersed himself into the Azonto rhythm with his latest hits “Buga”, “Somebody” and now “African Money”. He joined the hard core trend after observing that his fans in Ghana, Africa and elsewhere are immensely enjoying the current genre Azonto.
BBC’s DJ Edu, Ghana’s DJ Black, Efya and a host of other DJs and international musicians who have had the opportunity to listen to his latest single have voted a massive thumbs up and have marked it to hit the streets and every corner of Ghana and beyond. With his attempt to unite Africa, he surprisingly combined 4 strong African dialects on African money namely, Yoruba, Twi, Ga, Hausa plus Pidgin and Slangs. This makes him the first artiste in Ghana to use 6 languages on a single track. Jay Ghartey is looking forward to shoot a video for African money in the future and almost done with “Love You Better” video which features Ugandan songstress, Juliana Kanyomozi