Kacey Moore, undoubtedly, is the next big thing in Ghanaian entertainment. The Ghanaian born talented Singer, Songwriter, Performing and Recording artist signed to GAB Management, is one versatile vessel ready to unleash what has been hidden from the world this 2012.
Rising as a budding artiste, he has nurtured for himself a style unique to him. The swift tongued deep-thought lyricist has named his yet to be released debut “Moore Music”, a title embodied by the overflow of good and amazing music in his system.
Late last year, he released three hot and banging songs; “Yaa Amponsah”, “Party” and “Fa Ma Me”. The three songs which were in genres of Highlife, Afro fusion club song and a “twi” flavored R&B respectively, instantly caught up with music lovers.
Just as the year 2012 commenced, Kacey Moore has released three outstanding singles which would usher in his album. These three songs add more meaning to the album title as well as thicken his mark of versatility.
“Friday Night”, one of the new singles, features none other than Ghana’s representative to Channel O’s Emcee Africa; C-Real. The hip-hop club banger talks about Friday night outs and seeks to present a song every worker can relate to after a long week’s work.
The other single features Eva. She is Nigeria’s leading female rapper at the moment, and is also set to release her album somewhere in the first half of this year. The song is titled “Player’s Wife” with a hip-hop and R&B feel it has a story line which carries everyone along. The structure of the song is amazing with a little twist to it.
To show Ghanaians what Kaceey Moore is truly made up of, there is a totally different kind of the popular azonto song amongst the three brand new singles to top it up. “Fantish (Say What)” is currently making mad waves in Tarkoradi, where it was first released. People clamoring for the song are not doing so because it has been done in the Fante dialect, but because of the ingenuity the song carries.
Kacey showcased his ability to write and compose good insightful music by writing a soundtrack for Africa Magic “Mirage of Life”, “Get there” (a U.S.A. release) and “Words in my head” (for Kunle Ayo in South Africa).
He has also worked with great names in the industry, which include; QWPM in the United Kingdom, Gateway Television, DSTV’s Africa Magic, Studio 521, Kunle Ayo, Jamela, Sgonondo, Radiophonix, Turas, Sam, Yami and KB.
The Moore Music album see’s Kacey Moore collaborating with some of Africa’s celebrated artistes such as Eva and Zee who both appeared on 2011 BET cypher as well as “ I no send u” Da Suspect Ft. female mc’s. The others on the album are C-real (Ghana’s representative for Channel o Sprit Emcee), E.L, Frema, Mr. Max, Kazuka, Qweiks, Stonebwoy, Gemini and a host of others.
Moore Music, (Gab Management), 2012
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