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Ras Kuuku Shuts Down Dome With Successful Puom Fest

Ras Kuuku has gradually inked his name as a huge icon for his Dome Natives. The event pulled thousands of patrons to Dome who had a good swell through the night.


The event pulled thousands of patrons to Dome who had a good swell through the night. Veteran Singjay and Music Icon, Samini, was a special highlight of the night who rocked the stage. Sweet and sassy Singer, Wendy Shay, pulled a big surprise on attendees with her ‘Survivor’ performance among other hit classics.


Konkarah Jahvybz, Obibini, Kofi Jamar, and Rashid Metal, among other musicians, graced the stage. Puom Fest is a brainchild of Ras Kuuku designed to be an annual event to celebrate himself and the community.


Ras Kuuku recently released an album titled “3, 3 & 1” and he used the concert to also market the album and create some extra visibility. He is a great performer and songwriter who has defended Reggae & Dancehall Culture in Ghana. He began in his early years as a Hiplife artiste before switching style to the Caribbean flavour. Nonetheless, he is a versatile artiste who does Afrobeats too perfectly; he recently veered into the Gospel terrain dropping a latest single titled “Nobody”.


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Ras Kuuku is known to be a strong defender of consciousness and a sane lifestyle as he promotes that through his music always, both on stage and in the studio while recording.


He is known for hit songs like “Father”, “Ye Taali Mu”, “Nwansina”, “Oonda”, and “Wo”, just to name a few. He is a multiple-time nominee and winner of the BASS Awards and Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), respectively. He has won several other meaningful awards too.


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