Tradition Man Wolo in no better moment than now has presented himself to the Ghanaian music market with his first album “Reggae Man.”
In a 9-track Album titled “Reggae Man,” he shares his recently released body of work with Ghana and the rest of the world.
His “Reggae Man” Album is a superb collection of 9 songs composed on various subjects that appeal to people of all ages.
Tradition Man Wolo, a Ghanaian reggae musician residing in the United States, repeats his goal to free the black man from the shackles of westerners through his music.
Tradition Man Wolo, like many other African artists, did not have an easy childhood as a boy who discovered his aspirations in music. When he discovered his love in music at a young age, his father discouraged him. His father, like many other African parents, expected him to reject formal education and skip school. But, later in life, when he wanted to pursue music, Tradition Man Wolo reawakened that part of him.
In the future, he will be one of the leading voices in reggae music, producing quality material with the goal of constructively influencing and altering society via the power of lyrics and harmony.
“The slavery days have returned like a gunshot,” a striking sentence in his lyrics, is a revolutionary song that ‘fights’ oppression and systemic racism of the African race in the West.
He just had a very insightful and in-depth interview with Heavy Dee of Max FM 89.7, in which he broke down his album and asked for Africans to have rejuvenated mindsets and updated policies in order to make Africa the utopia they always dreamed of. This is a call he promoted on his album “Reggae Man.” An extract from the interview follows.
Tradition Man Wolo, a former Club Tradition member, is an intelligent Pan-Africanist who attended Achimota Senior High School and Accra Academy for his sixth form. He’s been a musician since he was a youngster, however his father wasn’t completely on board until the release of his most recent record.
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