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15.05.2009 General News

The return of 4X4

By Daily Guide
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The much-awaited album by the sensational trio, 4x4, has formally been released onto the music market.

The 10-track album which has 'World Trade Center' as its title track, has danceable and soul-touching songs which will surely keep music lovers on their dancing feet for hours.

A number of fans who had the opportunity to listen to the songs on the album has rated it among the best albums to be produced in the country.

To satisfy music fans, 4x4 has released a music video to back the title song of the album and the video is currently showing on all TV stations across the country.

Some stakeholders in the music industry have also tipped the video which was directed by Solid Multimedia as the best, saying it can easily grab the Music Video Award next year.

The songs on the album have good sound quality, good danceable beats and good backing vocals.  

4x4 began as a duo in 2000 with Buk Bak and has four albums to their credit.

The group shot its way into the limelight in 2003 when it released its first album, 'Siklitele' which was an instant hit on the Ghanaian music scene.

In 2005, the group released another soul-touching album, 'Contestant No.1' which also won the hearts of music fans. 4x4 again released 'Hot Girls.Com' in 2007.

The group went on break to study the trend of the music industry for 2 years while working tirelessly on its latest album, 'World Trade Center', which is currently enjoying massive air-play.

The inclusion of the silky-voiced 'Fresh Prince' has also boosted the image of 4x4.

Fresh Prince is one of the seasoned Ghanaian young artistes whose creative talent is being recognized by all those who have come into contact with him.

4x4's latest album was produced by Double Trouble Records, a subsidiary of Paradise Entertainment.

Meanwhile, the launching of the album will soon be announced.

 By George Clifford Owusu

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