Ghana’s optimum musician, Big Ghun who recently released a jamming Extended Play (EP) of the moment have explained his body of works during a listening section organized by Events Guide Ghana in Accra.
In a fun-packed celebration amidst the listening, Big Ghun outlined the systemic manner by which he served music listeners to encapsulate the vibes in the 5-powerpacked EP list.
Known in real life as Nicholas Nartey, the reigning EP of the moment star noted that, the momentum for the work was to entertain music lovers of all genre to rock and roll to.
During the listening section, patrons at the event asked Big Ghun to highlight on how he was able to achieve such feat, and answered them “it was by going beyond boundaries and not being limited by any herculean obsatcles”.
The EP which he named as “MOE”, to wit- beads in the Krobo language, is to mesmerize and capture music paramours to jam to the fireworks produced on the Extended Play which has the tenacity to change, charge and activate moods of entertainment freaks.
Spotify, one of the leading music streaming site has selected one of Big Ghun’s EP work, “Don’t Say” on their portal.
Spotify, added the song to two of their playlists (Troski Rhythms and New Music Friday Ghana).
Big Ghun, the versatile Musician cum Film Maker said the sought-after EP which would take the showbiz circles like a ragging storm could be streamed on all music platforms and on his social media platforms.
MOE EP has first song on the list titled “One Day”, which addresses sentiments and ignites hope to the weary, the second song known as “Don’t Say” talks about the uncompassionate and rejecting nature of mankind.
The third song on the EP which goes by the title “Agro”, is a fun trilling tune which suits all occasions while the fourth banger on the EP identified as “Yenko” is a dance-to-the-beat record and the firth song dubbed “Lafa” is for the youth to digest the comforting vibe it comes with.
The MOE EP was produced and mastered by Samuel G, Fox Beatz and itzCj.