“Morgan-Kinaata song is in the Pipeline” – Sound engineer Quansty K

Sound engineer for Christian Morgan – 2nd Runner Up of ‘TV3 Talented Kidz 8’ – Quansty K has hinted that recording is underway for the long awaited collaboration between award winning highlife musician Kofi Kinaata and Christian Morgan.

Ghanaians have been expecting a song featuring the two inspirational icons from the Western Region after the end of the TV3 talent show that has given a face lift to Christian Morgan, who lives with visual impairment.

Performing Kinaata’s ‘Time No Dey’ and ‘Confession’ together, the duo thrilled Ghanaians in May this year during the grand finale of the reality show at the National Theatre.

During the show, Christian Morgan displayed spectacular renditions of his mentor’s songs over and again, won several awards and subsequently acquired the stage name ‘Time No Dey’ which he has since been referred to.

But it appears some Ghanaians felt disappointed after ‘Time No Dey’ released his debut ‘Ebubro Nkosua’ without his mentor and later Kinaata also releasing ‘Last Show’ without Morgan.

At Esikado in Takoradi recently too, the two had separate performances during the Kundum Festival Music Night. Their supporters have therefore asked on social and traditional media when a collaboration will be outdoored.

It could however be recalled that during Morgan’s “1st Thank You Tour” Kinaata unveiled his plans for Morgan to saying that he will feature Morgan on his song and also feature on Morgan’s song.

According to Quansty K, the CEO of No War Entertainment, sound engineering is in the pipeline to host the duo on a song. “We are taking advantage of his[Morgan] vacation to finish more works including one with Kinaata so that we don’t interfere with his academics because we [SpreadLove Home & Abroad] have realised that he could go far in the industry if he acquires formal education hand-in-hand with his talent”.

He added that Christian Morgan’s album launch has been postponed from August to Saturday 23th September 2017 at the premises of the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind in the Central Region.

By Spencer Kwabena Boateng Mensah|

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