Rising Afrobeats artiste Yaw Darling has mesmerised music lovers with his new Amapiano single, which blends traditional African rhythms and contemporary beats.
The new single titled ‘On My Way’ is another well-curated masterpiece from Yaw Darling, who draws inspiration from legends like Kojo Antwi, Daddy Lumba, Samini, Fela Kuti, Wizkid, and Burna Boy.
? Born Samuel Yaw Antwi on October 30, 2000, Yaw Darling infuses a fresh perspective into the Afrobeats genre, bridging the gap between generations of music enthusiasts.
His dynamic stage presence, coupled with smooth vocals and compelling lyrics, positions him as an artist destined for widespread acclaim.?
Under the banner of Ghanaian music label Sky Entertainment, Yaw Darling made his musical debut in February 2023 with the release of ‘Pull Up,’ a song that resonates with themes of dedication and loyalty in love, capturing the hearts of fans in Ghana and beyond.?
Passionate about preserving Ghanaian and African musical traditions, Yaw Darling is poised
to emerge as a prominent figure in the Afrobeat community and a global ambassador for the rich cultural heritage of Ghana and Africa.?
As Amapiano music transcends borders, Yaw Darling Records proudly presents ‘On My Way,’ the latest masterpiece from Ghana’s Afrobeats sensation. This track seamlessly integrates Yaw Darling’s diverse musical roots into the pulsating world of Afrobeats.
The new single is available across various streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple
Source: Ghana News Agency
Actor and media personality, Mr George Quaye, has been appointed Artistic Director of the National Theater, Management of the facility announced on Thursday.
The interim appointment follows a decision by the Management and Board of the National Theater to pilot an Artistic Director in Residence programme, aimed at providing leadership for the National Drama Company.
With the new role, Mr Quaye will lead the production of the drama ‘The Gods Are Not To Blame,’ originally written by Ola Rotimi, which will premiere at the National Theater on 2nd and 3rd December 2023.
Ms Amy Appiah Frimpong, Executive Director of the National Theater, introducing Mr Quaye officially, said the Artistic Director in Residence programme was to help foster ‘a stronger collaboration between the public and private sector in the development of theater in Ghana.
‘The idea is to work with a Director who is known in the field of performing arts, and has a strong artistic voice, directed plays in the past and has a huge audience base a
s well as sponsors for past events,’ she explained.
‘It is our hope that the Artistic Director in Residence programme will provide fresh and diverse perspectives to the way we work and produce content at and for the theater.
‘We hope to leverage the Artistic Director in Residence’s ability to draw in audiences and sponsors, which will lead to an opportunity for staff to learn new processes and ideas especially for our public relations and marketing staff,’ Ms Frimpong stated.
She believed the concept will promote the Theater’s goal of ‘inspiring artistic experience, develop and promote the performing arts’.
The Executive Director added that the new relationship with Mr Quaye would help ‘build bridges with directors and audiences’.
Mr Quaye thanked management and Board of the National Theater, called on stakeholders across sectors to help give the National Theater and the performing arts industry the needed boost.
He described: ‘The Gods Are Not Blame’ as the biggest stage play in Africa with lots of mor
He said the plot spoke to current happenings in the country, and asked the public to turn up for the show on 2nd and 3rd December, 2023.
Source: Ghana News Agency