View Full Version : Chase Brings Vampire To Ghana With "Tell Me Ur Name"

22nd February 2011, 11:50 PM
If you missed the premiere this past weekend on Allo Tigo, you probably lost out on of the most creative masterpieces ever to come out of Ghana. Words don't bound it all up for me, the video of "Tell me ur name" is what I call creativity out of the box. Nana Asihene deserving the plaudits for this one.

The video is the R'n'B stars's way of re-introducing himself and carrying his message across. I took the time to access the views of the people and the response was incredible. For all those who thought that Ghana was too stereotyped and were not ready for something "new and crazy" as the video is being described should revise their notes.

His album is almost done and this time, it would stick. Chase has been in the industry for close to 6years now, writing major hits such as Richie's "Intoxicated" and Mimi's "Leave me alone". The yet to be released album has diverse artists ranging from D Black to Paedae to Sarkodie to Trigmatic to Yvonne Nelson to mention a few.

Following up on him has made me privy to a few of the songs on the album which are still being worked on, and the piece when done would overwhelm the industry. Ghana must get ready for Chase, well like his name suggests, he might just chase away all the lame and average male singers lazying about.