Sammy B To Launch 2nd Album Before Easter


Sammy B To Launch 2nd Album Before Easter

The African E-News

Sammy B

MULTI-TALENTED RADIO presenter and musician, Samuel Kwame Bampoh, known in the creative industry as Sammy B, has indicated that he is currently working on the launch of his new album dubbed ‘Million skills’ and is as well working effectively on the videos to some of the songs which will be released along with the album before Easter.

According to him, this album is an upgrade of the previous album ‘dui dui dui’ which won song of the year in the 2010 Ghana Music Awards including other four nominations hence; “I am aiming at improving above the standards where hip hop has never been before.”
Speaking to The Heritage Entertainment Crew, Sammy B noted that he is as well doing his best to come up with the first season of ‘Kwame Patrick’, a TV series but as of now his other TV series, ‘Bongo Bar’, is doing great on Tv3 which he is looking forward to bringing out one of the best TV series to catch the eyes of our viewers to cover up what he couldn’t complete in the last quarter of 2011.
He further noted that he will be re-branding himself as a radio presenter by getting involved with programmes and shows to induce the happiness of his listeners and as well as help lessen the political tension since it is an election year with more compelling programmes.
He commended the MUSIGA president, Bice Osei-Kuffour (Obour), for a great work done as “it is not that easy to change our vast industry over such a short period of time because few weeks ago, I was approached by one of the units under MUSIGA, wanting some artistes to sign unto some mobile network programmes and I find their quest very interesting and challenging.
“Previously, there was nothing like that but along his team, he is doing all his best with the aim of sealing the loopholes for the well-being of musicians just as he stepped in to intervene for Raquel over her divulging issue and it with all indications that he will bring some great improvement to the industry”, he told The Heritage.
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