Ghana’s Independence Day marks the celebration of a peaceful West African nation and reflects on the country’s many accomplishments over the years. On March 6 each year, Ghanaians from all over the world get together to commemorate the country’s rich Gold Coast heritage. Ghanaians also honour a culture that unites its people through diverse yet cohesive customs. The Jameson brand, sole distributors of Jameson whiskey are defined by goodwill, unity, diversity, taste, and style. This year, they will host a special independence day celebration at the Untamed Empire venue on the Spintex Road on Sunday, March 6, 2022. The event aims to tap into Accra’s vibrant atmosphere, particularly its people.
Speaking on the event dubbed ‘Jameson Connects Accra’ and the ideal way of celebrating Ghana’s Independence Day celebrations,
Fionn Cox, West Africa Ambassador for Jameson, said, “This year we wanted to do something extraordinary to mark Ghana’s 65th year of Independence. Join us on March 6 for a celebration of Music, Food, Fashion & Culture the Jameson way.”
He added that “To secure your tickets, purchase our limited-edition Jameson bottle in selected stores or enjoy a Jameson Drink at your favourite bar.”
Ghana’s culture represents incredible music created by the country’s many talented artists. Music is a crucial component of any great celebration, and the March 6 event will be no exception. All of our favourite artists will be playing at Jameson Connects Accra, from “sugarcane sweeter but girl your love is sweet” to “anopatutuutu”.
Camidoh is a Ghanaian singer, songwriter, rapper and record producer. The 28-year-old, whose full name is Raphael Camidor Kofi Attachie, creates songs with Ghanaian Afropop and R&B influences. He has a host of songs, including Maria, Available, For My Lover, among others. This Ghanaian talent has collaborated with other musicians on the land, including Efya, Kelvyn Boy, Teephlow, Sena, D-Black, Darkovibes and the Ameno Amapiano Remix hitmaker Nektunez. Camidoh’s recent hit, Sugarcane, featuring Phantom, is one of the most played songs in 2022 and is leading trends on TikTok.
Renie Asi Bampoe Abu, known in showbiz as Asi Renie, is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter born in the United States of America. Her sound is a mix of Neo-Soul, R&B, Afro-Blues and Afro-Soul. Asi’s debut EP’ Pieces of Me’ ushered her into her music career, and she has since released singles like ‘Hold On, ‘Love Ridding’ featuring $pacely before a second EP ‘Chapter V’. Her graceful voice and artistry show a talent ready to take on the world.
If you’ve ever heard “5:30 in the morning and you know I can’t wait until I see you”, Bryan The Mensah is your guy. The Ghanaian musician’s hit single, ‘Until I See You’ featuring Titi Owusu off his ‘Road To Hastafari’ is sonically flawless. He released his debut EP in 2017 titled ‘Friends with the Sun’ where he got one of his most significant career accolades, being named as Apple Music’s New Favourite Artiste for October 2017. He has since released ‘WILDLIFE’ in 2018, ‘Not Going Outside’ in 2020 before his latest, ‘Road To Hastafari’. Looking at the sheer talent in the very detail of these releases, Bryan The Mensah is just getting started.
Ria Boss is a gem when it comes to vocal performances. Born as Maria Emmanuelle Grace Bossman-Damiba, Ria has roots in Ghana and Burkina Faso but was born in London and raised in Accra. She is a singer, composer and music producer. Her catalogue includes EPs’ Lonecat’, ‘Bloodbath’, ‘Sweetbaby’, ‘Sampleplate’, ‘Underwater’, ‘Bornday’ and singles ‘Call Up’ and ‘Never Love Again’.
Join in the celebration. Get your tickets in two ways:
Purchasing the specially designed Jameson Independence Day Bottle Pack. You will also receive a fabulous Jameson gift!
Purchasing a Jameson Drink in your favourite bars around Accra.
Upon purchase, you will be given a Jameson Connects gift card where you can redeem your ticket for yourself and a friend. Follow @jamesongh on Instagram and click the registration link in the bio. Enjoy!