Gallaxy redefines African wear in new photos
Ghanaian music group, Gallaxy has released a new set of stunning photos ahead of its yet-to-be-released single.
The Ashaiman-based music group known for their beautiful African wears, have redefined it in their new brand photos.
Looking more urban, unlike their previous shots, they have upgraded it with a slight touch of awesome traditional patterns made right here in Ghana, West Africa – a way of promoting the local textile industry.
The stunning photos captured by the eye and lenses of Kys will be the images the group will be using for all commercial purposes from now onwards.
Gallaxy is a phenomenal Ghanaian music group formed in 2005 from Ashaiman, a suburb of Accra.
The group is comprised of Ransford Nana Yaw Ohene (Bra Chiky) and David Kwesi Adjewoda (Kwesi Dav).
They also double as song writers and record producers with massive support from their day-one producer, Michael Tetteh better known as Shottoh Blinqx.
The group has many hit songs like ‘Wodo Nti’, ‘Bokoboko’, ‘Holla at Me’, ‘Papa Bi’, ‘Gborgborvor’,’Dab’ and ‘Qualities.’
The group was trading their career independently before signing their first management deal with Tema-based Harbour City Records own by Gideon Narh.
After the release of their debut, ‘Chop Money’ which features Guru, the group rebranded as a Highlife and Afrobeat music group that has churned out many chart-topping indigenous Highlife and Afrobeat classics.
In 2013, they landed their first awards nomination with ‘Bokoboko’ at the 4syte Music Video Awards in the category of ‘Group of the Year’.
They also grabbed another nomination the following year and have since landed multiple awards nominations at the prestigious Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Ghana Dance Awards, Ghana Entertainment Awards, Jigwe Awards in 2016 of which they won “Group of the year” with their widely accepted Contemporary Highlife song, ‘Papa Bi’.