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“Road Of Evil” is another step up from my previous Albums – Ras Kuuku



“My latest Album ‘Road Of Evil’ is not different from my previous Albums; but then again, it still holds conversations based of what I’ve always stood for — a voice for the voiceless, encouraging the ghetto youths to stay positive and working hard to feed their families, and also it preaches more consciousness together with the message of love which runs through my previous works. This one adding to my catalogue is another level of upgrade for me”, Ras Kuuku explained.

His latest Album — “Road Of Evil” — holds a fine collection of Reggae cuts with just one feature; the Album featured Kwesi Amewuga, who won Telecel Ghana Music Awards’ “Unsung Artiste Of The Year” 2024.

Speaking further about the Album, Ras Kuuku says “it’s not a strictly Reggae Album, even though majorly highlights one drop productions. The songs were voiced out of inspiration and not necessarily something I sat down to write word for word. All the songs have good lyrics but ‘Road Of Evil’ stood out as the most powerful one for me hence I used it as the title.”

Listen to “Road Of Evil” Album on all Digital Music Platforms here:

Watch Official Video for “Road Of Evil” on YouTube, filmed by Director Staygee:

Kuuku has previously released Albums like “3, 3, & 1”, “Kwame Nkrumah”, “Kuntunkununku”, etc.

Bozybeat and CaskeysOnit were the Music Producers who worked on “Road Of Evil” Album.

Ras Kuuku had two nominations at this year’s TGMAs for both “Reggae/Dancehall Song Of The Year” and “Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year”, but he sadly lost out on picking them. Ras Kuuku however won the “Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year” at the 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).

He is best known for hit songs “Father”, “Nwansina”, “Eyeball”, “Ye Taadi Mu”, “Me Mpaebo”, “Wo”, “Me Gyediee”, etc.

He has featured major Acts like Samini, Stonebwoy, Kofi Kinaata, MOG Music, IWAN, and others.