Afro-pop singer Jay Ghartey makes a comeback and he is selling Ghanaian and African culture to the rest of the world with his latest single “Kweku”.
The “My Lady” hitmaker is on the move to make a permanent return onto the showbiz scene in Ghana. And to make this more exciting, he is pushing an agenda which will motivate Africans to embrace their culture and encourage them to project it wherever they go.
This song is about “Kweku”, a popular local name in Ghana. Jay Ghartey, through this song, sheds more light on the attributes of the name and why Africans should ditch foreign names for local names when naming their kids.
The rest of the story is embedded in the colourful music video which was shot and directed by Gyo Gyimah. Please watch the video below: