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After a successful launch of her EP at the Elixir Wine Bar and Lounge, Labone, last Saturday, VI MUSIC’s Adomaa has finally released her much-anticipated mini-album, ‘Afraba the EP.’ It is a 6 song project that gives quite a revelatory glimpse into the person that is Adomaa – her personal difficulties, fears, challenges as an artiste and perspectives on life, faith as well as on certain social issues.


It features songs that are intended to showcase Adomaa’s versatility as a musician, while still maintaining, in varying degrees, her core afro-jazz style. She therefore plays with different musical genres from afrobeat and highlife to jazz and pop, and even throws in a bit of rock music. The songs range from slow to groovy to up-tempo, but still reflect the kind of artiste Adomaa is and the values she stands for.

The EP also has amazing features from Ghanaian folk and television icon Maame Dokono, the sensational poet Nana Asaase, ace guitarist Kyekyeku, emerging VI Music Recording Artiste Robin-Huws, as well as YFM’s Nana Akosua Hanson and Live FM’s Antoine Mensah. It is produced by Reynolds ‘The GentleMan’ Addow, who produced the viral mashup hits ‘Baafira-Adonai’ and ‘Evolution of Gh Music.’

To download the EP, please follow either one of the links below:

Alternative links here



For further updates and information kindly visit the social media pages of VI Music (Facebook – Vision Inspired Music, Twitter – @officialvimusic) 



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