12 Songs, 54 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings

What a talent

I just found Rocky through his collaboration with Playing for Change. His talent is genius. I can see why Ghana calls him thier Bob Marley. He deserves it, On some tracks, especially the 8th track, Jerusalem, he sounds just like Bob Marley, but Rocky is special all by himself, He uses different beat, and uptempo jazz, making the album something everyone can enjoy. The song African Reggae Fever is addictive. He puts his money where his mouth is so to speak by interacting and shooting videos amongst people from other cultures. The world is a better place with Rocky in it. I look foward to hearing more from this talented artist.

Captain Gore


Simply a piece of art


This Guy is awesome

FIFA 10 and 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

About Rocky Dawuni

Reggae's influence and its artists aren't confined or indigenous to Jamaica. Ghanian, Rocky Dawuni, is yet another sterling exception. Touted as the Bob Marley of Ghana, Dawuni debuts in 1996 with the critically acclaimed The Movement, on Mesa/Bluemoon Records. A video of "What Goes Around" got considerable play across the States, climbing to #3 on the Reggae Video Chart, January 1997. A 1998 release, Crusade, on Aquarian/Who Dun It Records, features Dawuni's immense writing, arranging, and producing skills on every track. The first single "In Ghana," triggered by a well-done video, has achieved international play on both radio and television. Dawuni describes the song as a celebration of 40 years of Independence enjoyed by Ghana. ~ Andrew Hamilton



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