In recent years, the global music industry has witnessed a profound resurgence of interest in African music, showcasing the rich tapestry of the continent’s diverse musical traditions.
Texas-based Cameroonian artist, Dr. Okwen, is most passionate about spotlighting traditional African music and the enchanting Moghamo culture through his captivating compositions. With a deep appreciation for his cultural heritage, Dr. Okwen aims to preserve and promote the beauty of the Moghamo language and culture through his music.
‘I want the world to hear the beauty of African language and culture.In the case of this song it is a contribution to mankind in Moghamo.’ Dr Okwen says.
His debut single, Nwa Kwa, has accumulated over two million views on Youtube, a testament to Moghamo’s growing influence and socio-cultural impact
“I wrote ‘Nwa Kwa’ to celebrate the incredible strength and determination of those who overcome autism,” said Okwen. “I want this song to inspire people to believe in the power of hope and never give up on their dreams, no matter how challenging they may seem.”
Through his innovative fusion of traditional African rhythms and contemporary musical elements, Dr. Okwen has created a unique sonic experience that resonates with local and global audiences. His music serves as a bridge, connecting the past with the present and ensuring that the ancient rhythms of Moghamo culture remain relevant in today’s global music scene. By infusing these traditional elements with modern instrumentation and production techniques, Dr. Okwen has successfully attracted a diverse audience, fostering a deeper appreciation for the intricacies and beauty of African music.