If there’s anything that has been pushing the flag of Ghana high it has got to be music, well if you come to the country there’s only one place which produces and has produced some of the greatest music exports out of the country.
Yes, your guess is as good as mine.
The City of Tema nicknamed Tell Everone Music is Alive is known for being home to great music talents including Africa’s most prolific rapper Sarkodie, award-winning duo R2bees just to mention a few.
In recent times we’ve seen acts such as B4bonah, Donzy and Kwesi Arthur all from Tema top the music charts in the country. Just like previous years, there’s a new act coming out of Tema.
Born Kelvin Abban, the Tema based act known in musical circles as Kelvin Black may not be new some people especially the folks of Tema.
Kelvin, who is a product of Tema Parents Association School, where he had his basic education and later went to Ghana Secondary Technical School (GSTS) in Tarkoradi and later All Nations University for his tertiary education.
Even though music begun for Kelvin back in 2010, it wasn’t until 2013 where he decided to invest more into his music and master the art of artistry.
He has an appearance on popular rap show on Adom Fm Kasahari Level with Pope Skinny.
The writer, singer and rapper due to his immense hardworking nature, was able to catch the attention of AMG business CEO and rapper Criss Waddle who featured the young act on his hit song Letter to Yvonne Okoro song.
The artiste is set to come out with two new song after a long break from music.
The song which is christened Goodvibes all produced by Mimlife Records producer Zodiac, will be dropped in the coming days accompanied with its video.
For more info on KelvinBlack and his music, you can connect with him via his social media handles @KelvinBlackKb on Instagram and Twitter and KelvinBlack Kb on facebook.
With his previous track record, Kelvin’s music is one everyone must have on your playlist.