Blakk Rasta who has been branded as a controversial musician and radio presenter of Hitz FM by the media surprisingly revealed to Ghana Music.com that he will be anchoring for CNN when President Barack Obama visits Cape Coast on Saturday.
When President Obama touches down in Accra, the capital, this evening the country will erupt in one party but one man, Blakk Rasta who has been rooting for Obama before he became president granted us a short phone interview to tell of his statements to President Barack Obama.
Blakk Rasta plainly states that “I hope Obama strengthens the ties between American and our peaceful country. I would also like to see him curb the war in Africa. The Zimbabwe economic crisis and the sanctions placed on them is very dear to my heart”.
Blakk Rasta’s “Barack Obama” song which was produced by Zapp Mallet has received enormous airplay worldwide since Obama become the first black president of USA. Barack Obama by Blakk Rasta feat. Nii Lante
Blakk Rasta who together with Bola Ray, Abeiku Santana and Fiifi Banson were appointed to entertain President Obama in an Obama concert today has promised to give his best during his performance.
Speaking on phone he said he would also ask for compensation and apologies from President Obama for our fore fathers that were enslaved in the slave trade.
Blakk Rasta, who composed a song in admiration of the first black president of the United States, hopes to sing for him at least for five minutes during his breakfast meeting with President Mills, ex presidents J. A. Kufuor, J. J. Rawlings and other high dignitaries.
Mr. Obama, his wife, Michelle, and two daughters, Sasha and Malia, are expected in Ghana today evening for a two-day visit.
Blakk Rasta also commended Ghana Music.com for a good job in promoting Ghanaian music worldwide.
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