Fast rising Reggae/Dancehall musician WanRow has held a press launch for his debut mixtape album titled “Real Warrior” EP.
The event which took place at King Solomon Roots & Soul in Dansoman, Accra, on Friday, August s saw industry players, the media, management members and fans turn up in their numbers.
The “Real Warrior” EP is an 18-track album, with production works from Ghanaian producers such as Riddim, JR Beats, Spanky and others.
His song “Poverty” which features silky vocalist Luther, who hails from the same suburb with him is already making waves in the capital.
According to WanRow’s management, the main album launch will take place at Korle Gonno beach on August 26. The event has been promised to be a memorable one with support from top notch Reggae/Dancehall artistes.
WanRow, who is known in real life as Edward Quaye, was born in Korle Gonno where he grew up listening to various kinds of music but chose Reggae/Dancehall as his favourite genre. He picked up the art and for the past 10 years working underground, he paid his dues playing most of the slum gigs in the capital.
His sign to Suumoni Records has given him another chance to move on to the next level as well as exploring his talent in the mainstream market.
WanRow has shared stages with Buk Bak, Stonebwoy, Ras Kuuku, Pope Skinny, among other top Ghanaian stars.
His manager Suley Gboritey, Reggae artiste Root Eye, and radio personalities: Fiifi Selah, King Lagazee and Sammy Baah Flex were present to throw their weight behind the vocalist.
Browse through the gallery below for more photos from the press launch.