International promoter, executive producer, and musician, Jagonzy, has released a music video for one of the songs on his “New Chapter” album. The song is titled “Win” and it’s the second track on the artist’s debut album.
“Win” has been steadily moving up the charts since its audio release in June last year. Jagonzy explained that since a new year is beginning, “why not start off on a positive note, create a different kind of momentum, and begin the year with some self-motivation. I don’t see which song off the album fits better compared to Win,” he said in a conversation with the TheAfricanDream.net.
The track which features Ciiker, Daddy Rich, Kasiebo, and Kwame Nkrumah Junior, discusses a new chapter of life, self-motivation, money, ladies, being a better person, and a lot more.
Jagonzy first released the New Chapter Album in mid 2021, and it has since then grabbed a mainstream attention, especially in his native Ghana and among his fans in the United States and Europe. The album has remained a steady jam for a number of them.
In his 2021 interview with the TheAfricanDream.net, Jagonzy explained the inspiration behind the album name. He mentioned that “after every storm there is rain and after every hard time, there is a new chapter. The sun will surely shine after the rain and after every struggle, there comes a new chapter.”
According to Jagonzy, he will be releasing three more videos from the New Chapter Album, “and then we will give our fans and loved ones access to a hip-hop project that everyone can relate to, followed by an afrobeat project that showcases a fresh set of abilities,” he said TheAfricanDream.net.
The multiple award winning promoter has organized, work with and promoted numerous successful shows for artists like the iconic Kojo Antwi, Bisa Kdei, Kwaw Kese, Rema, Flavour, Edem, Medikal, Ras Kuuku, Wutah Kobby, Ahkan Stonebwoy, Ruff and Smooth, Bright (Bukbak), Mr P (P- Square) Gemini and others under his Jagonzy brand.
He is also the co-founder of the Shutdown franchise that host parties and concerts in most part of the US. According to Jagonzy, the concert brings together all cultures under one roof.
Written by Arakunrin Lekan for TheAfricanDream.net