Unique Ghanaian jazz style musician, Serwaa Susan Amoakohene also known as SSUE, has disclosed that she feels some upliftment anytime she performs with Pat Thomas.
Ssue says working with Pat Thomas is very fascinating and encouraging.
Ssue has recently performed with Pat Thomas on a few live audiences one which made the headlines in March last year at the Steel Pulse-headlined-show at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre.
Apart from performing with Pat Thomas, the singer has performed with some legendary popular African singers such as Gyedu Blay Ambolley, Steve Bedi, Osibisa, Bibi Brew, Okyereama Asante, Ben Brako, Hugh Masekela among others.
However, she described her experience of working and performing with Pat Thomas as very uplifting.
“It was fascinating and uplifting working with Pat Thomas. We shared ideas. We understood what sort of picture we wanted the lyrics to depict and we worked to do that. I’m happy it has come off nicely and we hope everyone who hears it loves it,” She said.
Ssue hit the music scene in mid-2018 and has since worked hard to establish herself as an ambitious, forward-looking young woman. She had a busy 2019 with performances in Ghana, South Africa, and Nigeria.
She is inspired by the joy of creation and sings with real feeling and a wonderful touch. Ssue is born to Ghanaian parents who live in the United States.
By Fuseina Issaka | Entertainment Desk | talksafrica.com