AKESSE BREMPONG SET TO SEND KUMASI UP IN PRAISE WITH AGAPE CARNIVAL

AKESSE BREMPONG SET TO SEND KUMASI UP IN PRAISE WITH AGAPE CARNIVAL

Gospel Reggae sensation Akesse Brempong is gearing up to hit Kumasi with one of the biggest music gatherings ever to be hosted on the capital city. Akesse Brempong is noted for his power packed Agape Carnival which is held annually in Accra.

For the first time in its history, the Agape Carnival is set on its wheels all the way to Kumasi. Akesse Brempong looks to carry the gospel of Christ all over the world and indeed this is a commendable initiative.

Akesse Brempong, also known as the “crazy love dude” or the “one finger in the air” man is well known for his excellent song writing skills and vocal delivery of songs such as Crazy love, Closer, Roar, God is Working, amongst others. He has multiple awards to his credit; both international and local, some of which include 2015 and 2016 most wanted Reggae Song, as well as AGMA Discovery of the year, the same Awards Scheme for which he has been nominated this year as Artiste of Excellence West Africa.

The Agape Carnival is a free concert and must be highly patronized all over the country. Make a date with Akesse on the 30th of July and join him in praising the reggae style.

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