Ace Reggae Artist Ras Caleb Appiah-Levi, after launching his maiden musical album with a call on Ghanaians to desist from activities that could threaten the peace and stability of the country has promised give the country another hit track very soon and also to work with the government and all the musicians under his jurisdiction.

The album, which he launched in Accra brought together entertainment personalities and key government officials to support a campaign dubbed: ”Ghana is Calling-Nation Peace Tour 2016. After the launching nothing much was heard from him.

Entertainment Review tried to to get up close and personal with him to find out what was going on with the reggae man and what he has for his fans.

Ras Appiah-Levi told the Entertainment Review Team that Reggae music and other genre of music can be used effectively as a tool for the engine of development of the nation and continent as a whole and could address issues that would help develop and become productive taps of the world.

He commended every musician for their creativity and ask that they desist from profanity for the sake of our youth.

He told Entertainment Review that his musical album titled ‘’Have Faith’’ was a wakeup call to the people of Africa and the Diaspora, and a hope for the hopeless and a call on individuals to work hard.

The album has five tracks namely: “Ghana is calling, How long ?, Life is a beach, JAH Sacred Feast and Simbelly Man.

He lamented on how the music industry was heading toward and disclosed to us that as the chairman of Greater Accra Musiga he and his team are putting strategies together to help save the situation.

Entertainment Review tried to find his opinion on ghamro. His answer was you will hear from us another time.

Ras Appiah-Levi said Ghana is like an oasis of peace in a sub region racked by violence and conflict “and therefore we need to urgently maintain it that way. Peace, unity and economic development are a necessary requirement for the upliftment of the social status of the people of this country”.

He explained that this could be achieved through the collective efforts of all people who value peace and development to put their shoulder to the wheel of progress to move our nation forward and also there is the need for people from different ethnic, religious, political or social backgrounds to live in harmony and bear in mind the need for unity of purpose to move the nation forward.

Sources Reaching Entertainment Review suggest that a lot of pressure is on the former student of  Emit Electronic institute’s reggae man from boso in the volta Region to stand for Musiga elections next year.

Will the musician accept the pressure?

Entertainment Review will bring you more information on this issue soon

Rev Eddie Eyison

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