Doing Reggae Dancehall Is Not About Shouting And Noise Making – Ras Kuuku


Award-winning reggae dancehall artiste, Ras Kuuku, personally known as Kojo Kurakye says that doing reggae and dancehall is not about shouting and making of noise.

According to the “Me Mpaebo” hitmaker, “When you are doing reggae people should be able to hear the vibe in the song. And aside reggae when doing music it’s not about making noise and shouting that’s not how doing music is supposed to be.

“You are talking to the soul in the music and you can’t shout at the soul so you need to humble yourself. Because you can’t see those that will be listening to the song after you have released it,” he added on Cape Coast’s Kastle FM.

“That’s why when I’m doing my song I become patient and my voice is also unique which has made a lot of people enjoy what I do. So I don’t like to rush with my voice in the song,” he revealed.

In an exclusive interview on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM disclosed why he doesn’t do reggae and dancehall like some notable artistes in. Jamaica who have deep voice.

“If you go to Jamaica we have musicians like Jah cure who sing in a calm manner so that you can hear his voice clearly because every musician. And the kind of voice that they have,” he continued on the show.

“Some musicians have a deep voice, others have a light voice and some have a silky voice some, for instance, I combine all of them. But when I’m doing reggae music I sit down quietly to make the song so cool” Ras Kuuku said.

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