The voice behind the popular irregular every day song ‘my babe’, SYN the pop artiste is set to launch his debut album on the 28th of April 2012 at the inner perimeters of +233Jazz club on the ring road opposite GBC.

Syn the budding pop talent is on a mission to help raise GHC60 000 to support Richard kusi a young innocent boy who is suffering from kidney failure and needs a transplant.

Syn mentioned: ‘personally I had a minor surgery last year, trust me the pains was not something to write home about,so when I heard the boys situation and the amount involved I said wow then why don’t I help raise this money because it could happen to any body .

He maintained: ‘my decision to use my album to support raise the money for the boy was agreed by my management (thanks to them) and it is happening, come 28th of this month which is next week Saturday we raising GHC60 000.

He also noted: ‘thank God other celebrities like Juliet Ibrahim is also trying to raise part of the money, so Ghanaians we need to do this, we are not saying he is the first but think about it, Kidney failure and a transplant, we can save this little boy and any other person in the future.

What should people come expecting from Syn, well it will be a night of good experience and music, fans or Ghanaians should come have a feel of the debut album ‘Kusi’ plus other rocking performances from Faint medals a pop band in Ghana among others.

Shouts to my management who are working so hard to make this challenge a possibility, Empire records, Empire Entertainment, all other media partners in support of this operation raise GHC60 000 for a Kidney transplant and shouts to you for honoring our invitation which is towards a worthy course, Syn’s final words.

Come 28th of this month at +233 jazz club it will be a night of excitement as we sing to raise the amount, come support Syn as he touches the heart of this innocent young soul and keep him alive.

Story: Nana Yaw Wiredu/


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