The 64 Battalions With Iwan Shake Tables


Iwan, a Ghanaian dancehall and reggae musician better known by his true name, Abdul Razak Issahaku, has released the 64 Battalion Riddim Album Vol. 1, and he is shaking the tables with it.
The remarkable collection of talents and brilliant musicians from all around the world, including Ghana, is showcased over all 42 tracks on the ALbum.The album contains a lot of wonderful tales that are recounted in lovely ways, and a lot of wonderful tunes that are sung to comfort people’s souls.

The 64 Battalion Riddim is one of the best creations that I have heard in a considerable amount of time, and its singularity has piqued the interest of musicians from a variety of musical styles and origins.From the newcomers and rising stars to those who are already well known and established.

The 64 Infantry Regiment was founded from the FRB in Gondar Barracks, Burma Camp, on July 1, 1993. This event served as the inspiration for the album’s title, “64 Battalion.”At Asutsuare, you’ll find a military unit that has a reputation for being one of the most aggressive and well-disciplined in the entire country.Using the motto “Honour in Sacrifice” as their rallying cry.The ever-courageous troops of 64 exude an attitude of self-sufficiency and self-reliance, which serves as an inspiration for discipline, resiliency, and a decent feeling of duty.

This idea was conceived by Iwan and the Gideon Force with the intention of elevating the status of all artists while simultaneously generating income. Artists featured on an album are eligible for a share of all royalties accruing to each song performed by them in an equal amount with the album’s producer.

In the next days, I have no doubt that these stunning songs, together with their accompanying music videos, will dominate the radio. I am excited to hear the songs “Nuh Give up” by Renner, “Never Look Like Your Problems” by Trey La, “Mad Over Gal” by Burning Faya, and other songs that are sure to be quite impressive.
By a significant margin, the album has been streamed more than 10,000 times on Audiomack. Congratulations to Iwan and to all of the artists whose work was selected for inclusion on the album.Let’s show our support by listening to these songs online.

God Rest Your Soul, Mother Ghana
There will be a show for the 64 Battallion Riddim, so keep an eye out for details to be released soon.
Dumenu Charles Selorm

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