“Wickedest Sound” is from Dawuni’s forthcoming album, Beats of Zion, slated to drop March 8 via Six Degrees Distribution. Beats of Zion adds Ghanaian savors to Dawuni’s “Afro Roots” sound, and is the follow-up to Dawini’s Best Reggae Album of 2016, Branches of the Same Tree.
According to Dawuni, “”Wickedest Sound” is a song that pushes the boundaries of my signature sound, which I call Afro Roots. The idea was to pay homage to the Afrobeats movement but do it in a much more organic style, using live horns, traditional drums from dunduns to kpanlogo drums in addition to synthesizer sounds, and also featuring an African dancehall artist, Stonebwoy. This is a fresh new sound, but it’s also a sound that is celebrating our past, while asserting our step into the future.
The video strives to metaphorically capture the genre bending power of the Afro Roots sound by using scenic and personal shots of Ghana’s capital Accra to tell a compelling visual narrative of the everyday lives of musician who are ordinary working people by day but at night transform into powerful keepers of sound and rulers of the nightlife.”
Gearing into the industry in 2013, Cofy Dela has become a the prolific Blogger and writer who worked for MediaHomegh now (TheLivePunch) and Celebrities.com
He has worked with international brands like Ameyaw Debrah, ZionFelix, Kojo-Cue, Abena Rockstar, Ak Songstress, Fancy Gadam, Maccasio, Amerado, Brainy Beatz, Guilty Beatz, Yaw Skyface, KP Selorm, Fameye, Fiifi Adinkra, Jullie Jay-Kanz, NY DJ, dancehall artiste Starzee from Sierra Leone, Joey CoStar; Liberian based American, Elisheba Cameroonian based Canadian, among others and currently work with brands like TubhaniMuzik and King Paluta as Blogger and publicist.
He is the Ceo of Dawuroo.com and a Co-blogger for Smithnewsgh, Africapush, Gillyweb, UrbanHypeGh and among others