Ghanaian artist Mohammed Alidu and Joe Galeota's student ensemble from Berklee College of Music perform an arrangement of Alidu's original composition"Land of Fire". This video was produced in collaboration with Federico Masetti's MusicXChange Ghana project.
The Saakumu Dance Troupe and the Berklee Ghana Drum and Dance Ensemble perform the traditional piece "Yaa Yaa Kole." The two groups met in Boston for an exclusive collaboration in support of MusicXChange Ghana.
"Ababio" (Ofori Amponsah, Mr. All 4 Real) performed and recorded by Berklee College of Music students in support ofMusicXChange Ghana.
MUSICXCHANGE HONORED AS TOP-RATED NONPROFIT
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