Kenyatta Hill aka Culture Jnr, the son of legendary Ghanaian reggae legend Joseph Hill, popularly known as Culture is set to pay a historic visit to Ghana tomorrow, 2nd April 2019, Ghpage.com can confirm.
It is a day’s visit and Kenyatta Hill will not be becoming alone. The reggae star will beaccomapi9ned by his producer who is a native son of Ghana, Mr. Georges Kouakou, the famous keyboardist who played for Alpha Blandy.
Kenyatta Hill rose to fame in 2006 when he stepped in and completed a 19 tour concert after his father collapsed and died on stage in Europe.
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As part of the visit, Culture Jnr will be meeting the PanAfrica association of Ghana. He will also have a media interaction later in the day this is according to a press statement copied to Ghpage.com
READ THE STATEMENT BELOW
KENYATTA HILL (CULTURE) AND GEORGES KOUAO TO VISIT GHANA
Jamaican reggae star artiste KENYATTA HILL, son of late Jamaican reggae icon JOSEPH HILL (popularly known as CULTURE) will pay a one-day visit to Ghana on the 2nd of April, 2019 from the USA en route to la Côte D’Ivoire on the 3rd of April. He would be accompanied by his Music Producer Mr. Georges Kouakou (of Alpha Blondy fame) and two sons of Mr. Kouakou, namely: Isaac Kwesi Kouakou and Emmanuel Kofi Kouakou, who are accomplished musicians.
Kenyatta Hill’s career begun the day his father’s ended. His father the late JOSEPH HILL, lead singer and songwriter for the legendary Jamaican vocal trio, CULTURE, collapsed and died while on a 2006 tour of Europe. To the amazement of promoters, fans and critics alike, his son Kenyatta Hill stepped on stage and delivered electrifying performances time and again – nineteen concerts in all – until the tour was completed. This was unheard of in any genre of music at any time.
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Kenyatta gave himself totally – as his father had for so many years – that the two seemed to become one, the eerily similar voices and the vibes igniting the critics and yielding a new reggae mantra ‘magic, not tragic!’
CULTURE performed in Ghana at the Independence Square and the Accra Sports Stadium during PANAFEST 1994 and 1997 respectively.
RAS CALEB APPIAH-LEVI,
Chairman, MUSIGA Greater-Accra
ITINERARY FOR KENYATTA HILL & GEORGES KOUAO: TUESDAY, 2ND APRIL, 2019
1. KOTOKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
2. TANG PALACE HOTEL
3. INTERACTIONS WITH:
*THE GENERAL MANAGER OF TANG PALACE HOTEL;
*THE C.E.O. OF NATURAL WAY HERBAL CLINIC
*THE C E.O., YOKS INVESTMENT; PRESIDENT, CAR RENTALS
ASSOCIATION OF GHANA.
*THE PRESIDENT, BOZZ SIKAMAN PROGTOGHA FOUNDATION
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4. REST @ TANG PALACE HOTEL
*THE C.E.O./M.D., MMRS-OGILVY
*THE C.E.O. OF THE GHANA TOURISM AUTHORITY
*THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM, ARTS AND CULTURE
*THE CHIEF OF SOWUTUOM PALACE
6. BACK TO TANG PALACE HOTEL
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