Ghanaian female vocalist Eldah Dickson, better known as Abiana, is gearing up to enchant music enthusiasts with the launch of her much-anticipated Extended Play (EP), “Taste of Africa.” The musical extravaganza is not just a celebration of Abiana’s extraordinary talent but also an opportunity to give back to the community through a mega concert.
The ‘Taste of Africa’ EP is set to be officially unveiled on Friday, November 24, 2023, at the Alliance Française in Accra, accompanied by a star-studded concert. The lineup includes renowned artists such as Amandzeba Nat Brew, Kwabena Kwabena, Fameye, Epixode, Okyeame Kwame, Worlasi, and Floewe from Eswatini, promising an unforgettable night of diverse and soul-stirring performances.
To attend this musical feast, patrons can secure their tickets at the gate for a reasonable GH¢100. A portion of the proceeds will be dedicated to supporting the recent Volta flood victims, showcasing Abiana’s commitment to making a positive impact through her art. Tickets can be purchased by dialing 71111*26# on all networks, and the concert kicks off at 7 pm.
Abiana assures her audience of a show that transcends musical boundaries, offering a delectable blend of African sounds, vibrant rhythms, and soulful vocals that transport listeners to the heart of the continent. The EP, consisting of six tracks, serves as a testament to Abiana’s prowess as both a singer and songwriter, seamlessly merging traditional African influences with contemporary elements.
In a statement, Abiana shared her excitement about the EP, saying, ” ‘Taste of Africa’ is a powerful showcase of my incredible talent, fusing traditional African influences with contemporary elements to create a truly exceptional sound.” The EP will be available on major streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, and Deezer, allowing global audiences to experience the richness of Abiana’s musical journey.
As the curtain rises on the ‘Taste of Africa’ EP launch, Abiana invites music lovers to join her on a captivating journey, celebrating the diversity and vibrancy of Ghanaian cultures while contributing to a meaningful cause.