We flawlessly appear in our wardrobe’s Best to work, take selfies and full portraits to feed our Instagram account as we count the notification rise on the likes. Question is, why can’t we appear chic on sundays at church services as we do on weekdays to work?
Truth is, you wouldn’t want to wear your suits and all to fit attires you’ve worn from Monday to Friday, and that’s fine; dress down, but stay in style. All said, style is about distinctiveness and identity in appearance. I have a recommendation for you and trust me, you’ll come back with a testimony.
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STORY: NICK SOLOMON
As Ghana heads to one of its most crucial election, renowned Ghanaian guitarist Prince Matthews popularly known as Hakeem is set to release his new single ‘We are One’.
Speaking in an interview Prince indicated that the only sure way to sustainable development is first, a peaceful environment and a people with a common goal to make it happen. The message of peace and unity is not only needed during election periods but as a nation there is so much we can achieve in a peaceful environment. He also believes that music plays a very significant role in spreading the message of peace.
The song emphasizes peace with string and vocal expressions. The song is a perfect blend of his unique style on the guitar and passion for music. He is one of the best, if not the best on the strings in Ghana. Gifted with exceptional musical talent Prince has played with musicians including Donnie McClurkin, Vashawn Mitchell, Kwame Yeboah,Isaac Aryee,Nii Okai, Cwesi Oteng, Joe Mettle, Pastor Helen Yawson,Joyfulway Inc, Eugene Zuta,KODA, No tribe, Uche Agu, Irene Logan, Sarkodie,Mary ghansah, Marvin winans, Deitrick Haddon, Michelle Hammond,Micah Stampley and many others.
“We are One” promises to be a binding chorus as Ghana heads to the polls this December.