Multiple award winning artiste Yaaman, real name Anboon Jonas, is encouraging fans and non-fans alike in a new song ‘A dabil bala na’ to have strong faith in any endeavour they embark on and make a move to get to their destination.
The level of depth in the new song ‘A dabil bala na ’ which is the first time the Gbenetee bred artiste is touching home is one of the heavy weights in his music career.
The new song released would be officially launched at Gbenetee on December 5, 2022, characterized by football matches.
The young talented artist had secured a sponsorship deal from SharpHerb Company Limited ahead of the upcoming event.
SharpHerbs, a Ghanaian herbal medicine manufacturers headed by Dr. Stephen Nyarko, will serve as a sponsor for the Yaaman concert football tournament.
According to Benard Gemah, manager to the artists, who is also the lead representative for SharpHerbs in the Northern territory said he believes in the talent and potentials of the young musician and hence the need to manage and sponsor his upcoming concert.
SharpHerbs Company Limited are the manufacturers of popular Imboost herbal mixture also known as ‘Police ni aduro no’ which is mainly for the treatment of pressure, kidney disease, diabetes, heart related disease, hypertension, hepatitis, stroke, bodily pains, sickle cell, asthma, malaria, typhoid, cataract/gluacoma, ulcer, chronic headache and male and female infertility.