Music forms part of a people’s identity. For many, certain songs evoke nostalgic sentiments.
The July issue of Agoo Magazine, pays homage to those who paved the way for the emergence of varied genres of Ghanaian music and chat to accomplished and budding artists who are at the forefront of this evolution —Reggie Rockstone; Kwabena Kwabena; Stonebwoy, and eclectic soundbird, Amaarae
It also features Steve Babaeko, who has built an enviable reputation in the Nigerian advertising and creative industry, as well as Alexander Amosu, about his mission to change the usual narrative on Africa from one of poverty to one of luxury.
Deceased former Vice President, Kwesi Amissah Arthur, is also remembered; his leadership and inspiring courage, as is South Africa’s Nelson Mandela, whose centenary anniversary is marked this month.
Copies of the July issue are available at Koala (Osu, Airport & Cantonments), selected Shell and Total shops, the mall pharmacy, Westlands Foods, Sonnidom Achimota, Medi Mart, First Choice, Evergreen in Tema, Kenzos in Cantonments.
Cover Credits: @reggierockstone711 @kbkbmuzic @stonebwoyb
Art Director: @kwesi_imbeah
Styling: @kelvincentgh and @blossomwednesday
Designers: @yartelgh @abrantiethegentleman @maison_hardman @houseofdynari
Make-up: @lawrebabe_mua @just_sparkle_n_shine
Hair Stylist: @beautytechnicians
Location: Level 8, One Airport Square, Accra, Ghana