Afrobeat Artist Chase Forever and his ‘Broken Crayons Still Color’ EP hits NYC

New York City, NY (July 17, 2019) – Award-winning Ghanaian RnB artist and songwriter named Fianko Bossman, aka ‘Chase Forever‘,  launched his new EP titled, “Broken Crayons Still Color” on June 24, 2019, in Brooklyn, New York (NY), United States (US).

Chase Forever official EP cover art
Chase Forever official EP cover art

The EP consists of nine captivating tracks, each of which describes the challenges the artist has faced, how his past motivated him to overcome them, how his present view of the world encourages the London born act now based in the US and his desire to leave positive footprints.

On Saturday, July 20, 2019, ‘Chase Forever‘ performs at 1 PM inside the popular HARMAN music Store located at 527 Madison Avenue in NY, 10022, as part of plans to celebrate his new project. The HARMAN Store has created a Soundtrack Series that features live performances every month and the Ghanaian descent singer and songwriter gets to leave his mark there for the first time ever.

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TheAfricanDream.net got to listen to one of the popular songs on “Broken Crayons Still Color” EP titled “Obidoba“, which is Ghanaian Twi language for “someone’s beloved child.” This exclusive private listening totally showed the project’s inspirational lyrics, smooth baseline, and Afrocentric danceable yet neatly flavored hooks.

Chase Forever‘ explained to TheAfricanDream.net that: “my music comes from the heart with the prime objective of encouraging people to support one another, this EP cover image which is a childhood photo of me with my late mother — Madam Maame Ama Achempomaa — whom I dedicated the EP to, is my way of letting you know I have been there too, and understand your hustle.

No matter how broken you are or however many times you have been rejected or disappointed, if you dust yourself up and pick your life back up, you too, like a broken crayon, can still color the picture of your life or someone else’s. This is because the expression of pain creates an avenue for healing,” he emphasized during his convo with this writer.

This is his the third project for the RnB performer, in 2017 he released is last EP which he titled “Karma”.

Get a free ticket to this event which is open to the public by making an RSVP through this link for a chance to meet Chase Forever or reach out to LFO Group Worldwide for more details via +1718-219-8239 and CHASE2DAWORLD@GMAIL.COM.

Written by Oral Ofori

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