Rocky Dawuni

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Rocky Dawuni
Rocky Dawuni.jpg
Background information
Born Ghana
Occupation(s) Reggae singer
Website www.rockydawuni.com

Rocky Dawuni is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter who performs in the reggae genre. He lives in Los Angeles.[1]

Dawuni got acquainted with reggae in Ghana when he heard a military band performing one of Bob Marley's compositions in Michel Camp, a military barracks.[1] Dawuni started the annual "Independence Splash" festival, which is held in Ghana on Ghanaian Independence Day, March 6.[1]

Up to 2011 Dawuni had recorded five albums.[1]

Discography[edit]

Album Year
The Movement 1996
Crusade 1998
Awakening 2001
Book of Changes 2005
Hymns for the Rebel Soul 2010
Branches of The Same Tree 2015

Music Featured on Television[edit]

Track TV Program TV Station
Wake the Town ER NBC
Jammin Nation Weeds Showtime
Jah Be For Us Weeds Showtime
Shashemane ER NBC
Jah Be For Us Dexter Showtime
Knockin on Heaven's Door ER NBC

Music Featured on Video Games[edit]

Track EA Games Year
African Soccer Fever 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010
Download The Revolution FIFA 10 2009
The One The Sims 2: Castaway 2008
Wake Up The Town FIFA 08 2007
African Thriller 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "'Ghana's Bob Marley' spreads message of brotherhood". CNN. 23 August 2011. Retrieved 9 March 2015.