Some time back I wrote a blog on a genre of music I call “conscientious” GH music – the kind that makes you stop right there in the midst of an azonto move or heart-thumping beat. Not because the tune changed, but because you have to think – to actually ponder the weight of the words contained in song.
For starters, the audience was swayed into a comfortable ambiance of conversation thanks to the undeniable prowess of the FunkyProfessor, Kobby Graham. Unlike most concerts that leave the main act for last, Paapa was woven into the program from beginning to end. He even accompanied his opening act Sandra Huson on piano, and her rendition of Hallelujah left me – and I’m sure many others – spellbound.