Dancehall Artists Celebrate Black History Month with a Tribute to Africa


As many countries around the world continue to celebrate Black History Month in February each year, Reggae/Dancehall artists Iwan (based in Ghana) and Karamanti (based in Jamaica) have decided to release a song suitable for the occasion.


The song is entitled “Africa” and speaks of the importance of Africans both at home and abroad to know themselves, their history and their place in the 21st century.

“Africa” was produced by established Ghanaian producer Garzy who has several hits behind his name. All recording, mixing and mastering was done in Ghana, Africa with the exception of Karamanti’s vocals which were recorded at Mixing Lab Studios in Kingston, Jamaica.

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