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Former VIP Frontman, Friction Named Support Act Of ‘Morgan Heritage’ Strictly Roots Tour


Morgan Heritage & Friction

On the 30th of March 2014, Ghanaian artist Friction will be the support act of the famous reggae-group Morgan Heritage, when they perform in Haarlem, Holland.

This show is part of Morgan Heritage’s European tour, tagged the ‘Strictly Roots Tour’.Friction says he is really honored with the opportunity, and promises to bring the crowd a tight set of his reggae-songs, to bring them in the right mood before the big Morgan Heritage steps on stage.

The Hit Song “Life Is Not Easy”.

Friction is the founder and former front-man of VIP (Vision in Progress), one of Ghana’s most popular music groups. With this group, and later as a solo artist, Friction has become a well-known name in the African music scene.

Since he released the reggae-track “Life Is Not Easy”, he also established his name in the international reggae scene.The track got added to a lot of radio- and TV-playlists worldwide, and is still being played till date.

The Ghanaian Reggae and Dance-hall Bass Awards nominated the song in three categories last year.Friction will release a new single with video clip within a couple of months.

Check HERE for the video of “Life Is Not Easy”.

Africa And Europe

Friction moved from Ghana to Holland in 2006, when he got accepted to a Dutch Music University (the Rock-academy) as the first African artist ever.

Since that time, Friction is dividing his time between Europe and Africa.At the moment, Friction is based in Holland, as he and his band have a lot of shows scheduled there for this year.

Coming From Far

Born and raised in one of Ghana’s big ghetto’s, many people might have thought Friction wouldn’t make it far in life. With his talent to perform and his characteristic music style -a mix of reggae, Afro-pop and hip-life.

Friction has come far and has proven the doubters really wrong.And he is not stopping there. Friction is always working hard to open more doors. This show as support act of Morgan Heritage is a great sign of a promising future.


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