‘ Akwaaba ‘, – The Bronx’s Musical Tale Expressing The Heartwarming Return To A Welcoming Motherland


‘ Akwaaba ‘ , – The Bronx’s Musical Tale Expressing The Heartwarming Return To A Welcoming Motherland In the heart of the Bronx, where diversity thrives, four talented artists are crafting a unique musical story that transcends borders and resonates with both their American upbringing and Ghanaian heritage.


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Danny Boy Smooth, Tone Corlyone, Clever Lover E-Rock, and Kflex99, a quartet whose roots span the globe but come together in the pulsating world of music.

Their latest creation, the song ‘ Akwaaba ,’ is not just another track but a sonic journey that unites different perspectives and cultures. Born in Ghana, London, and the Bronx, the group’s members share a profound love for music and a collective desire to craft melodies that reflect the experiences of their lives abroad.

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Akwaaba , Official YouTube Video “We created ‘ Akwaaba ‘ to share a story that depicts the hardships, struggles, joys, and triumphs of living abroad in America,” says Clever Lover E-Rock. The word ‘ Akwaaba ‘ itself, a Ghanaian term that means ‘Welcome,’ serves as a poignant symbol of their journey, symbolizing their aspiration for a warm embrace upon their return to their Motherland.

Clever Lover E- Rock and Kflex99, both born in Ghana, bring an authentic touch to the song with their deep-rooted connection to their homeland. Danny Boy Smooth, a native of London, contributes a diverse and worldly perspective, while Tony Corlyone, born in the Bronx, adds a local New York flavor to the mix.

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The result is a fusion of sounds and stories, a harmonious blend of experiences and influences that capture the essence of the Bronx, a melting pot of cultures where diversity and creativity converge. ‘ Akwaaba ‘ is more than a song; it’s an ode to their journey and a testament to the power of music in bridging gaps.


It’s a celebration of the resilience and adaptability of those who traverse continents and a call for unity, understanding, and love. The artists’ desire to have their people in Ghana recognize their achievements resonates with many who have left their homelands to seek better opportunities and create a brighter future. Their music embodies the essence of cultural pride and the universal desire to be acknowledged and welcomed.

As ‘Akwaaba’ reverberates through speakers worldwide, it carries with it the spirit of unity, the richness of shared experiences, and the hope that, as these talented artists return to their Motherland, the Ghanaian people will indeed welcome them with open arms and open hearts.

In music, they’ve found their medium to convey their stories, to express their aspirations, and to create a bridge that connects their varied backgrounds and the shared human experience.

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