Okyeame Kwame is arguably one of a few Ghanaian artists that have been in the news for the past years, consistently, and all for the right reasons. Release of hit songs and music videos, social interventions and awards.
After wowing the whole nation with the never-seen-before ‘Versatility Show’ – Okyeame Kwame moved to ‘Stripped’ – a music concert that is geared at raising funds for his foundation, Okyeame Kwame Foundation.
Last year, the multiple award-winning musician, used the concert to raise funds for the Paralympic Team from Ghana to enable it compete at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Brazil.
This year, ‘Stripped’ would be held on the 28th April 2017 at the +233 Bar and Grill, and the Patch Bay Band, one of the best music bands in the country, would be in total control.
The funds to be raised at the concert would be used to support the Hepatitis B Awareness Campaign in other African countries.
To help Okyeame Kwame ‘strip’, would be Kwabena Kwabena, MzVee, Adina, Flowking Stone, Trigmatic and many other musicians.