Ghana’s Pan Africa R n B artiste Chemphe has successfully penetrated the Chinese music market.
He had his “Change is Gonna Come” single which happens to be on the New Day album last year in Norway go officially on Chinese TV over the weekend. Chemphe who is currently the YMCA Ambassador for Africa has performed in Hong Kong, Kenya, South Africa and the Scandinavia.
Chemphe who is use to the Asian market due to services rendered previously revealed that he is impressed with the song going commercial and look forward to further business with the Chinese people.
Chemphe is billed for the GH stand up concert coming off this weekend at the conference center Dome in Accra, which will feature Bow Wow and Keri Hilson.
The CEO of E-Jam Records, Korsah-Brown disclosed that the company is really working on good stage production for the artiste since it is his first major concert in Ghana after his return from the album launch in Norway. He also mentioned that Chemphe’s new single is currently getting good airplay in Africa especially in the Big Brother Africa house and housemates really love it.
Chemphe’s “Purple Kiss” album will be available on August 4th 2012 together with the inspirational new day album. Chemphe is also set to perform at the upcoming Ghana meets Naija concert later in June.
Source: E Jam Records
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