Entertainment of 2014-05-09

Multiple Codes Incorporation signs Dada Hafco

Following his ‘withdrawal’ from the group, Mframa, good things keeps happening to Terry Asare Boamah, well-known in musical circles as Dada Hafco, as he in recent times signed a scandalous deal with a gaming and entertainment company based in San Francisco, California.

Formerly on Airtime Records, the ‘Mensesa’ hit maker signed an embracing contract with Multiple Codes Incorporation, a US-based entertainment company which includes cover recording, promotion, Public Relation (PR), marketing and sale of albums and songs released in addition to the management contract.

Kwesi Buabeng (Beebe), Ghanaian-US based member of Multiple Codes Incorporation in an interview said “the intent of Multiple Codes Incorporation is to identify nurturing talents across Africa, work with the selected artistes to market their works in the mainstream entertainment markets in Africa, US and Europe.”

“Our task is also to leverage our expertise and contacts in Hollywood (Los Angeles), Las Vegas, New York and other cities in EU to help put Africa on the entertainment map of the world.”

The General Manager and A&R of Multiple Codes Incorporation, Mel Kwesi Davis alias Krachie Kwesi noted that among all other artistes, Dada Hafco is the first act that the company has deem identifying in Ghana and will soon outdoor his works to his fans in Africa and beyond.

He further noted that “as at now, we understand Dada Hafco is readying to release his new single titled ‘Ma’yentena’ and also his first video as a solo artiste under Multiple Codes Inc. as a solo artiste and this single which features Castro De Destroyer was produced by Appietus is said to be one of the best highlife jams to be released this year.”

According to him, the video to this song was directed by award winning video director, Stanley Adjetey of Take Two Films and the song and video would be released on a yet-to-be selected date this month.

Excited Dada Hafco indicated that “indeed, good things happen to those who wait and whiles waiting, they endeavor to keep up with their works; with this deal, I look forward to more good things to happen this year and also promised his fans for good music.

Dada Hafco who was known for rapping now sings and when asked, he said "variety is the spice of life; I have not forgotten my rap skills. I still do rap!”

The video is said to have special appearances in the likes of Kenyan representative at the 2013 BBA-The Chase, Annabel Mbaru and Naana Kwakye of Radio Gold and Montie FM.

Source: Ama Larbie
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