Let us be grateful to people who make us happy for they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom”, this adage explains and summarizes Rich Boogie’s motivation to skewer together a beautiful record to appreciate successful, hardworking Ghanaian dancehall acts, whose consistency has placed Ghana on a deserved pedestal, musically.
Born Richard Yeboah, Rich Boogie is a German-based Ghanaian garnished dancehall act with unmatched experience within the Ghanaian music circles. He comes across as one of the very few refined musicians with accentuating records like y3 b3 Gro, Makoma Mu hemaa, Dance, Take a look amongst others.
His latest record, MADE IN GHANA will seemingly penetrate many hearts and camps as he appreciates the efforts of Samini, Shatta Wale, and Stonebwoy, The three frontline dancehall pioneers in Ghana.
Without a mince of a word, the singer, Rich Boogie gave an end-to-end recognition of the struggles these artists had to endure to draw world attention to the Ghanaian dancehall culture.
“I’m really into Dancehall music. I came across it when I was seven (7) years old. All my Dancehall heroes back then were Jamaicans. I could see how Jamaicans cherish their own. I did this song for Samini, Shatta Wale, and Stonebwoy because I want to make them know I appreciate them for their good music and for putting GH on the map. Surely I’m not alone”, Rich Boogie explained in an interview with the press.
The artiste has already won the hearts of the majority of fans from these musicians. To them, the song does not only unifies these three music icons but tells a unique story of their journey to stardom.
Made in Ghana was produced by APYA and is currently available on all digital stores. Have a listen!