Celebrated Ghanaian reggae music legend, Rocky Dawuni has urged the young ones, especially the youth to believe in their dreams and visions no matter how small they are.
The Reggae icon was in the studios of Accra based Class Fm to talk about his 6th studio album, Beats Of Zion on Monday when he sent out the words of encouragement, “if I can do it, anybody can do it.”
As monitored by ghlinks.com.gh, the son of the soil, as he affectionately calls himself told the story of how he started as a musician and how far he has come as an artiste. He said he started as a young boy in Ghana who had nothing but his dreams and believed in them so much that he worked very hard to achieve them. He disclosed that it didn’t take him a short while to do that but rather a long while, with the assurance that success was guaranteed at the end.
He shared the story of how he opened a reggae club, Afro Funky Space in Los Angeles to allow the free play of African music in the United States Of America. He noted that the club in Los Angeles has seen great musicians from around the world passing by to share in the wonderful culture of Africa, a vision he sought to portray to the rest of the world.
Touching on his Grammy nomination in 2015, the legend noted that even though he couldn’t win the award, he saw it as a chance for the world to know how good Ghanaian music is and said he was happy that very soon, a Ghanaian music will win the Grammy award.