Africa

    • M’anifest was named best rapper at the 2012 Ghana Music Awards.He sings for an enthusiastic crowd at a Moonlight Café event at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi. (Courtesy Moonlight Cafe)
    • Shim performs rhythm and blues and soul music at the Kumasi show sponsored by the production company Moonlight Café Ghana. (Courtesy Moonlight Cafe)
    • A rapt audience in the social science auditorium at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi. (Courtesy Moonlight Cafe)
    • A girl from the audience dances with emcee Titus at the University of Cape Coast in Cape Coast  on an exended Moonlight Cafe Ghana tour.
    • Vanessa sings at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi. (Courtesy Moonlight Cafe)
    • Crew and audience mug the camera at Celebrations, one of several clubs where Moonlight Café produces RSVP, smaller entertainment venues featuring new artists. (Courtesy Moonlight Cafe)
    • Eva sings at the show in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi. (Courtesy Moonlight Cafe)
    • The Legon branch production crew poses with Moonlight Café Ghana founders Kobby Koomson (far left) and Sydney Scout Sam (second from left). (Courtesy Moonlight Cafe)

    Rhythm, Blues and Rap Lure Ghana College Students

    Published February 27, 2014

    A young entertainment production company establishes a new business model by focusing on college campuses.


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