Enterprising Dancehall Artiste, Nelson Duut, stage name—Black Boi, has lauded the efforts of Mr Ransford Antwi, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Suncity Radio, at unearthing and supporting talents for the progress and development of Brong Ahafo and Ghana as a whole.
“My drive and energy to push my song, ‘Bibiaa Beye Fine’ (literally, all will be well) was through the inspiration and support from Mr Ransford Antwi,” Black Boi told Melvina Frimpong Manso, when he featured live on Suncity Radio’s weekend entertainment show, Showbiz 971, on Saturday afternoon.
He testified that Mr Antwi had been instrumental in the discovery and development of young talents in various fields, from the Brong Ahafo region—all for the positive projection and development of the area.
The young dancehall artiste used the platform to appeal to other well-to-do citizens of the region, to follow the shining example of ‘Bro’, (as Mr Antwi is widely known) to support the youth of the region for its rapid transformation.
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Black Boi was on the show with his Manager, Owusu Nyarko, a.k.a ‘Freddie Gucci’, Pee Jay Sparta, Michael, Okrah and all members of the Rebel Africa Label, to promote his upcoming EP, through tours in Ashanti, Brong Ahafo and Northern regions.