Come Saturday June 16, Scratch Studios will organize a musical concert which will feature some selected music stars from Ghana, Nigeria, Congo and Cote d’Ivoire, at the Scratch Music Lounge, 117 Freetown Avenue, East Legon in Accra.
The concert, dubbed ‘Syncos Trans Africa Concert’, which is being organized to promote syncos music, will feature stars such as Paullete Broohm, Owura and Steve Bedi, all from Ghana, Lelo and Ethi Sing from Congo, Freeman Ame from Nigeria and Oswald Kwame and Paul Madys from Cote d’ Ivoire.
Syncos music is the synchronization of the ‘soul’ in African traditional rhythms with the ‘soul’ in other musical spectra into one beautiful world melody. Syncos music maintains its cultural authenticity whilst embracing and encompassing change and expansion into the contemporary mainstream musical expression.
In a cultural sense, syncos music is more important than just music, in that it is an audible and living representation of Ghanaian history, philosophies, ethics, spoken literature, moral values, social code of conduct, religious beliefs, political thought and aesthetic principles coupled with the emergence of a global village.
Syncos Trans Africa concert is a musical vehicle connecting people and cultures across Africa.