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Rulers releases banger for Easter Featured

Written by  Mar 21, 2017
Easter is one of the oldest festivals on the Christian calendar which is celebrated globally to mark the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Christ. The celebration is held (in the Western Church) between 21 March and 25 April, on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the northern spring equinox. Ghanaians celebrate Easter in variety of ways including Christian Retreats, Fasting and Prayer Services and other religious events. The entertainment and merry making associated with the celebration of Easter in Ghana cannot be ruled out and music plays a key role in that regard. Musicians on their part release hit songs every occasion including Easter to mark the celebration. Music duo, Rulers have released a latest track ‘Kwahu Mb)so)’. The track dubbed Rulers X Akatatakyie is a banger they told rainbowradioonline.com The danceable tune persuades the public to join the train to Kwahu this Easter as since they will not regret doing so. According to the duo, the song forms part of their gift to their cherished followers and the general public especially, those who will be travelling to Kwahu this Easter season. They described themselves as hardworking and creative- who are committed to churning out great tunes for their lovely fans. The duo said the names mentioned in the song, where those who requested for the song and they also ''gurus'' in the area. Rulers made up of Star Boy (Nii Akwei Bonsu) and Saint One (Reuben Alhassan Mahama) are signed under the record label, Rulers Empire Forever.   The duo, who already have songs such as Your Body ft. S.K Blinks, Party Sem, Lazy Daizy and Yaayi ft. Akatakyie,  Akweley and Lay-G Vybz called on their fans to watch out for fire works from them.
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