Thanks to the aspiration and passion of award-winning Ghanaian rapper Gumbo, a door of opportunity has opened up for young people in Asyonman. To give back to society and contribute his assignment to the development of Ghana..
For the past four years, ‘Girls Girls’ crooner Gumbo has been an active contributor to the development of Achonman outside Accra.
But ‘Drip’ hitmaker and reigning Vodafone Ghana Unsung Artist of the Year, Gumbo, has decided to take things up a notch as far as supporting talent development at Acyonman and plans to give young people has officially started its concert. At ACTIONMAN, a platform to showcase their talents.
Gumbo will have two big concerts this December. The first concert titled ‘Ashongman to the world’ will be held on December 2nd, 2022 and his second concert will be held on December 16th at Old His Tafo, Kumasi. .
Among the artists billed to perform are veteran musicians Ayigbe Edem, Mr. Drew, Keche, Kofi Jamar, Strongman and Tulenkay. A few surprise artists have also been billed to perform.
The ‘Gumbo & Friends’ concert will take place on December 2nd at 7pm at Old Ashonman School Park. Gumbo is then set to headline another concert at Old His Tafo, Kumasi, Ashanti Region, on December 16, 2022 at 7pm.
Aiming to foster youth entrepreneurship and talent development for a better life, the concert is organized by Gumbo’s record label, Black Mob. Gumbo, the current Vodafone Ghana Unsung Artist of the Year, will perform hits such as ‘Boys Aye Wild’, ‘Drip’, ‘Settle’ and the recently released track ‘We Outside’.
Speaking to several journalists at Acionman’s City Eye restaurant on Saturday, November 19, 2022, about upcoming concerts and what they mean for the discovery of young talent at Acionman, Gumbo will be taking a deep dive into the streets. Love and Blessings to his generation, especially the youth of Achonman.
He spoke of some of his support for the youth of the region over the years, including promoting the development of football in Achonman, and expressed his commitment to continue to support the people of Achonman, who are so dear to him. did.
Observing the need to support the development of young talent, he said, “Spreading love brings blessings.”
Many up-and-coming artists are scheduled to perform at the Ashongman To The World concert, he said, and the main goal of the entire concert is to provide young artists with a platform to showcase their talents.
Gumbo, the “Settle” hitmaker, said that while some of Achonman’s youngsters are good rappers, dancers and comedians, they “don’t have the stage” to showcase their talents, citing the cause. “
Several young people from Achonman, some young artist managers, filled the City Eye restaurant to express their love for Gumbo and urge Gumbo to continue to bless them. They expressed the belief that such concerts would give them the exposure they needed.