Young, eager and inspiring Mike & Willie

    Photo: Graphic ShowThere is nothing more inspiring about gospel music than being moved through the songs to get closer to God. The eight tracks on William Asamoah and Michael Adomako’s new Nkomhye album do just that.

    The two young men, recording under the name Willie and Mike, strongly uphold their faith in Jesus Christ in the songs and in the process infect listeners with their passion to worship Him as long as they live.

    Willie and Mike are Level 200 students at the University of Ghana, Legon but they find time to indulge their passion for music. Nkomhye, which was recently launched at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra, is their second album.


    ‘Black Stars – Ghana’s Hiplife Generation’ out now

    Musicians come together to do songs to support Black Stars. Photo: Out Here Records“Ghana is free forever”- these were the words of Kwame Nkrumah, the first elected president of the former Gold Coast, on the 6th of March 1957 when Ghana became the first African country to gain independence from colonial rule.

    Today, more than fifty years later, Ghana is known to be one of the most peaceful and stable countries in Africa (host to the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations) and attracting thousands of tourists each year, especially African-Americans coming for inspirational trips to trace their roots and visit the former slave forts scattered along the coast.

    Nkrumah himself was inspired by the ideas of the Jamaican black activist Marcus Garvey, who founded the Black Star Line, a shipping company to bring African-Americans back to Africa. The black star in Ghana’s national flag is a lasting reference to Garvey.


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