The Rockstones Office on on Wednesday night, August 1st 2012, played host to familiar faces to celebrate what will go down memory lane as the song and video that gave the Ghanaian, the self esteem and confident to be one.
The song talks about the deepest feeling one feels knowing that everything is rooted in peace and tranquility. Listen attentively to one line which says, ‘every time is summer, and the people no dey suffer because we live in a place where the peace is better than gala’,
Bradez in an interview when asked what singles out the video from their others said: “the fact that we love our country and have shown it in the featuring of two big heavy weights, also we feel it is time we show the uniqueness of the country Ghana through the faith we have in her, thus, with a new twist of skills and patriotism.
With award winning songs like ‘One gallon (419)’, Flashe, Runthings and Dondo to their credit, we further pushed on by asking what the future of the song holds…, “this song is that kind of song you listen to and just can’t stop buzzing it over and over again. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah lives on and so you should expect that the song will do so well,” they responded.
Some of the familiar faces on the night were, KKD, Okyeame Kwame, Yaa Pono, J-Town, C-ril, RnM, Motombo the Poet, Tinny, Richie, D-Black, Jay Ghartey, Panji Anolf, EL, Bino, Kwame Fakye, et al.
Bradez is a group made up of two blood brothers by the names of Kwaku Nsiah- Boamah (Flow King-Stone) and Kwaku Nsiah Amankwah (Kunta Kinte), both of whom are brothers of Ghana’s Rap Doctor, Okyeame Kwame.
So now you know what the fuss is! Simple, the video of ‘Medo Me Ghana’ is on point.***