Afro Arab Chair throws supports at album launch
OpenLife Nigeria reports that the chairman of Afro Arab Group of companies and National Zongo Youth Ambassador, Alhaji Salamu Amadu, on Friday 26th March, 2021 joined many other people to support the launch of the maiden album of sensational musician, Addi Self.
The album titled ‘The BBC Album’ was launched at the 4Syte Complex Studio, Accra.
The Afro Arab Chair praised the Self Nation boss for not sitting idle after his exit from the Shatta Movement Group.
“I’m excited to be part of the history. I pledge to support Addi Self any day because he is a big star in the Zongo communities. He is putting so much efforts and hard work and I love people with such charisma.”
The Afro Arab Chair stated further that among the album, the song titled Zongo to BBC is inspiring. He therefore urged the Zongo communities in the country to rally behind one of their own to succeed.
Born on 19th September 1992 as Jafaro Mohammed, Addi Self is a Ghanaian talented singer and songwriter. He developed love for dancehall music at his tender age.
Addi Self is being influenced by Keith Blair ( Anthony B ), and many other talented stars.
The debut album packed with 15 songs featured sensational singer Mugeez of R2Bees and Kelvynbwoy among others.