Originating from Ghana, Afro Moses rose to stardom as a teenager, earning the moniker The African James Brown. His musical journey took an international turn when he captivated audiences in Denmark with his infectious tunes. Since then, Afro Moses has embarked on a global tour, spreading his uplifting message of peace and unity.
Renowned for his musical prowess, Afro Moses has shared the stage with iconic artists such as Ziggy Marley and Youssou NDour. A multi-award winner, he has claimed accolades for Best Song, Best Album, and Best Live Act. Twice recognized as Ghana's Best International Music Ambassador in 2000 and 2002, Afro Moses also played a pivotal role in the composition of music featured in the 2003 Oscar-nominated short film, "Inja."
A versatile artist, Afro Moses is not only a singer and composer but also a proficient multi-instrumentalist and music teacher. His natural charisma as a performer radiates like a star, captivating audiences with magnetic allure. Joining him on stage is his dynamic ensemble, Moses OJah, meaning "Moses' fire," promising a high-energy performance that leaves audiences craving more.
Every musician in this ensemble brings a unique background, emphasizing Afro Moses' message of unity and celebrating individual beauty and talent. As part of the Festival for World Peace, brace yourself for a live stage show unlike any other—a delectable blend of rhythmic delights from around the world, resulting in a fusion of modern beats that will have you dancing in the spirit of global harmony.