Establishing and settling in the hearts of women like early morning dew after the release of two successful albums: “No Pampana” and “Why U Dey Treat Am” which seemed to go well for the majority of ladies, Henry Chemphe popularly known as Chemphe in the music world is set to release his next album which aims at hitting the US Billboard. In an exclusive interview, he reveals his intentions of breaking barriers and marketing himself outside Ghana. Listen to Chaley Chaley (Like Hell On Earth) by Chemphe
He says “I never want my songs to stay only in Ghana”. He continues to explain that, as usual, there are a lot on the album for his favourite fans who happen to be ladies. In a response to the question what makes this album extraordinary? Chemphe replies “this album is more matured”.
Although not yet settled on the album title, Chemphe with hit songs like “Can I Be” and “Charley Charley” (Like Hell On Earth) on the upcoming album are already enjoying massive airplay aims at hitting the American billboard. Listen to Can I Be by Chemphe
Currently named as an Ambassador for peace at the recently held Ghana Music Awards, Chemphe was appointed by the Africa Alliance of YMCA as the Ghanaian music icon to champion a development innovative of the African YMCA youth program which was dubbed “Subjects to Citizens” which was a major aspect of the Africa YMCA Conference which was held from the 2nd to the 9th of May 2010.
Chemphe will stage a huge performance of the song he did for the conference in Hong Kong this July where all African countries with YMCA will be meeting the YMCA delegates from across the continent and be a guide for the development of a song which will be spearheaded by him.
Anytime you hear “Oky3 Ma Ne Y3 F3”, you know it is Chemphe, therefore help make Chemphe’s dream of hitting the Billboard a success. As a message to his fans, Chemphe says “I love all my fans and would want to say thank you to all for supporting me till now”.
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