He is a veteran musician who is beloved by his hardcore fans yet Pasco Abrantie born Kelvin Osei Danquah has eluded the general public for much of his music years. He is not in the league of Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede nor Daddy Lumba neither is he in the ranks of Nana Agyemang but Pasco Abrantie hit red hot form with his 2020 4more4Nana campaign song aimed at rallying mass support for President-elect Akufo-Addo heading into the 2020 presidential election.
According to the diminutive singer, he paid close attention to Akufo-Addo after his assumption of office in 2017 to ascertain what sorts of man he was.
“When he implemented the Free SHS programme I immediately released the song to support him because it was clear he was truthful and was fulfilling his pledges. The song is about two years,” Pasco submitted.
2020 4more4Nana will be Pasco Abrantie’s windfall. Earning him massive publicity as the tune was part of the jingles used by the Nana Addo re-elected team. On both local and English speaking radio stations, Pasco Abrantie’s song was live. Naturally, the endorsement must have fetched him a tidy sum as well.
With Akufo-Addo being declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election by the Electoral Commission albeit disputed by the opposition NDC, Pasco Abrantie wasted no time in releasing a thanksgiving tune dubbed Nana Ka Nokware.
Although he scored a decent hit with Yede Mekoroyie back in the day, the man with over two albums to his name is sure to thank the gods for the presence of mind to produce 2020 4more4Nana song. The tune also shrugged off keen challenge to win three awards at the 2020 political Endorsements and Campaign Music Awards (PECMA). He walked away with the New Artist of the Year, Most Popular Campaign Song, and Best Campaign Song plaques.
by michael eli dokosi/www.blakkpepper.com/Ghana