Rocky Dawuni


Rocky Dawuni Sides With Akufo-Addo

Rocky Dawuni Sides With Akufo-Addo: Distinguished Grammy Award winning musician, Rocky Dawunni, makes an astoundingly perplexing statement, seeking to merit the actions of the sitting president, Nana Akufo-Addo, by indicating that the government should in no way be faulted for the country’s exceedingly alarming unemployment rate.

Rocky Dawuni Sides With Akufo-Addo On Matters Concerning Job Availability
Rocky Dawuni & Akufo-Addo.

The well honored artist, says the government isn’t expected to harbor all the pressure that comes with managing the sector of job creation, provision, and sustenance. He expressly believes that the role of equitable job creation and availability, is a dual responsibility, that is to be assumed by both the government, as well as the entire country.

He demanded that the public authority shouldn’t accept the weight for the shortfall of valued work and prestine job conditions, opened to all of it’s citizens, until all involved individuals embrace the task at hand, and make preparations to play their part, and take on a fair share of their due civic duties.

“The thing is that jobs are not necessarily the responsibility of the government. The government creates an enabling environment. The act of entrepreneurship is lacking if people are contantly waiting for the government. Even if the government creates jobs, how many jobs can one entity create to take care of the teeming number of youths?,” he said.

Rocky Dawuni Sides With Akufo-Addo On Matters Concerning Job Availability
Rocky Dawuni.

The Grammy-designated artist, proposed that the youth venture into the agricultural sector, to help minimize the overwhelming level of unemployment rate in the country.

“All I am saying is that in the abundance of water, the fool is thirsty. Everybody is crying out for jobs whiles we have land. We need the know-how, and we need to increase the ability of training and equip young people with new ideas about farming, farming as a business, and new types of plants,” the award winning musician concluded with these utterances.

SOURCE: Ghnewslive.com

Rocky Dawuni

Ghanaian Reggae superstar, Rocky Dawuni has made Ghana proud once again as he bags another nomination at the 64th Academy Awards (Grammy Awards).

Rocky Dawuni has been nominated in the Best Global Albums category for the 2022 Grammy Awards with his 2020 EP, the Voice Of BunBon, Volume 1.

He will be battling it out with talent. African musicians like Angelique Kodjo, Daniel Ho, Wizkid, and Femi Kuti.

The Best Global Albums award was won by Burna Boy last year in the 63rd edition of the awards.

It is a great deal for Ghanaians because they have been waiting for a Grammy recognition and award since Burna Boy got nominated twice and won last year.

Some brilliant talents in Ghana were compared and trolled for not gaining any Grammy nominations in their music career but we’re positive this will reduce now that Rocky Dawuni has done that twice.

This happens to be the second time that the reggae artist has been nominated in the Grammy Awards with his first one coming in the year 2015 with the album Branches Of The Same Tree.

Rocky Dawuni

Grammy Awards has been the dream for many musicians for a very long time, Rocky Dawuni has been nominated with his Voice Of Burbon Vol 1 Album.

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The 64th Grammys nominees has been officially released by the Recording Academy which includes Rocky Dawuni has bagged one nomination. 

The Afrobeat, highlife, reggae/dancehall and soul music artiste has been nominated in the “Best Global Music Album” category. Rocky Dawuni bagged a nomination with his “Voice Of Burbon Vol 1” album.

He was nominated alongside with Daniel Ho & Friends, Angelique Kidjo, Femi Kuti and Made Kuti. The recording academy announced the nominees of the 64th Grammys via its official Twitter account.

This would be the second time Rocky Dawuni has secured a spot in the prestigious awards scheme.

The Ghanaian singer was nominated for the Grammys in 2015 for his sixth studio album titled ‘Branches of The Same Tree’ in the category of Best Reggae Album. The nomination made the ‘Black Star’ singer the first Ghanaian to be nominated for Grammys.

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