Genres:Electronic - House/Dance/Progressive, Electronic - Pop, Pop - Electronic, Latin - Reggaeton
Ginger Aramansa Brew was born into a family of artist, her father was a writer and a poet and was also a diplomat (Ambassador of Ghana). Third out of three daughters, at the tender age af six months, she started travelling the world over with her parents on their mission representing Ghana from one country to the other ( U.S.A., G.Britain, Mexico, Lebanon etc..). All of this not only served to enlighten her in her school education, but also taught her to embrace worlds of different races, cultures and traditions, which today has influenced her choice, tastes and love for music. Thanks to her parents she grew up listening jazz, soul, r&b, gospel and basically learned to sing way before she could talk.As a soloist she has recorded a number of singles for various recording studios both in and outside of italy, where she resides. She has had the opportunity to work with several artistits including Paolo Conte with whom she still collaborates and Maraiah carey doing tracking vocals.In this new project in collaboration with Mahjong, she is expressing that part of her nature wich is indeed multicultural, trying at the same time not to forget her roots. But feeling the need to add a pinch of jazz, a sprinkle of afro and a little bit of this, that and the other.
Emanuel Adoyah Miller – Mc
Emanuel Adoyah Miller was born in Kingston - Jamaica. He grew up as a musician at the "Ocho Rios Secondary School", where he studied ain the technique and rhythm course on the congas. He specialized in percussion in the USA with several masters of the international scene like Daniel Barrajanos and Roy Browne. He worked as a percussionist and dancer with the Tony DaCosta Band (Jamaica), as a rapper with Cousteau (The last good day of the year – 2001) and with the Jamaica Age: with this last group he played various tours in the United Arab Emirates, Italy and Austria. He has participated in the Jestofunk European tour 99-00. As a singer he recorded with the record label Disco Magic (2001), with the New Music International (Hey, Mr. DJ) and with the Flying Records