GRAMMY-nominated Ghanaian singer, songwriter, producer and activist, Rocky Dawuni just released a new EP entitled “Voice of Bunbon, Vol. 1”.
Now he has released the first music video off the EP for his new hit song called “Ghost Town”.
“The vision of the video was to highlight and articulate a world in crisis,” Rocky Dawuni said in a statement copied to Kuulpeeps.com.
The music video was filmed in the alleys of the Oakwood neighborhood of Venice, California in the United States of America.
The neighbourhood is often referred to as “Ghost Town” which has been dealing with massive gentrification issues.
“The video visually touches on the critical issue of homelessness in America which is exacerbated by current events and which continues to elude any lasting solutions,” he added.
The final scenes of the video come full circle to an intimate backyard jam with cameo appearances by Latin GRAMMY sensation Debi Nova, Mermans Mosengo & Jason Tamba of the Playing for Change band, singer/songwriter Jillian Speer, Kenyan percussionist & DJ Oneko Arika and artist/healer Onyi Love.
Watch the music video below:
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