I'm a Ghanaian rapper, producer and songwriter. Initially began my creative journey as a poet and screenwriter, before branching into music.
My first studio EP or Album ‘Renegade’ is available on all major streaming platforms, including iTunes.
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This is a piece of art for the Earth and a statement of our readiness to save our dear Planet. The song has a native appeal of Afro-Cuban rhythm fused with Pop/Dance and Folk style drama. Initiated by myself (Collekta), I intimated Marshall-Muze about it and the soul in the music. To achieve depth, the project needed a female touch what it received by the vocal of Poggy and the poetic consciousness of Akwasi Marley. A gentle reminder that there's no Planet B for humans. We can only Save The World if we do it together!
“Brave, Strong, Bold” is a motivational song. The song is dedicated to every creative all over the world. It extends to everyone feeling short on courage and urges the listener to take on life without fear despite the existence of challenges, detractors and doubters. It indulges one to stay on their journey and endure the process by keeping their focus on the prize. This song has a cinematic feel and heavy hitting drums with a dark bass synth.
Child Song is a radical call to humanity for Children and Mothers, who have marginally been neglected. It is a reawakening that we all need to focus on a crucial part of society. It is a melodramatic fusion of Jazz, Pop, Poetry, Spoken word and Consciousness. The structure was layered by Marshall-Muze, who sang expressively on the first verse and hook. Akwasi Marley a Ghanaian Rapper and poet played a vital role in the collaboration. Collekta was the producer and highlighted with animated back-ups. Everyone was once a Child.
This song stems from classical Reggae, with iconic bass guitar and drum kits. It carries a message of ‘LOVE’ and the idea of looking at the world as a country on its own, regardless of our nationalities, cultures or anything that makes us look different, as human beings. With a chorus chanting the mantra "the world is a country, the world is a country", the nations are called onto this notion, through the solo preaching of Akwasi Marley, from Ghana, in rhythmic poetry, and Marshall-Muze, from Nigeria, in his electrifying set of vocals.
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