Bredren B storms Zimbabwe

One of Ghana’s fast rising and dynamic musicians, Joseph Ntiamoah, popularly known in show biz as Bredren B. has been billed to perform as guest artiste on the maiden “More Love Festival” live band reggae show in Zimbabwe next year.

According to Splash Promotions PVT LTD, organizers of the programme, Bredren B. will be the only African reggae artiste performing alongside US based Root – Rock reggae star, Kingly T. and Jamaica’s firebrand Wildlife.

The duo (Kingly T. and Bredren B.) shall be seen live on stage in May 2013 performing the smash hit single dubbed “Jah Blessing.”

The “More Love Festival,” referred to as the ‘sweet baby event’ of Splash Promotions PVT LTD, will also be held in Ghana, South Africa and Botswana respectively.

Already, there is great expectation as the reggae lovers in Zimbabwe have themed the festival an African replication of the biggest reggae show “Summer Fest,” an annual reggae festival held in Germany.

The show, which is strongly anchored by Winners Splash Promotions team led by its creative heads Miss Winnie Chawira and London’s own Dj Gav Pauze, is expected to shine light on the African Raggae Industry.

Ghana’s 27 – year old Bredren B, an electrical engineer by profession, who is currently in Africa’s rainbow nation, South Africa, shooting music videos for his soon – to – be – released album, has told pressmen in Durban that he has chosen to compose and sing reggae songs because its rhythms and messages soothe listeners. “I love working and meeting new people. I have aspired to reach out to the world bringing them inspirations through my music.” He intimated. “I love reggae because its message is very important to me – love one another. Music is my career, God has used it to open my eyes to see things that are visible but yet invisible to the average man. He has sent me forth as a messenger to deliver my people from the bondage of mental slavery that kept them from moving forward”, he added.

Bredren B. has described his appearance on the “More Love Festival” show as a step in right direction and therefore promised to satisfy the expectations of funs. He also used the opportunity to advise the youth of Africa to take their destiny into their own hands, work hard and stay away from immoral acts, in order that God will guide them to achieve their goals.