15-year-old multitalented Herman Suede, (real name Jason Herman Bortei-Doku) over the weekend thrilled students of the Legacy Girls’ Senior High School in Akuse in the Eastern Region during a campus entertainment show.
The students got the treat of the year from the rising star at a school concert highly patronized by the enthusiastic students.
Herman, himself a student of the Tema International School, an embodiment of a new wave of an exceptional music talent, treated the students to his numerous hits heavily influenced by Afro Pop, R&B and rap.
The atmosphere at the event got electrified when he mounted the stage to serve patrons a good dose of his songs.
Backed up by loud responses and cheers from the students, the Afro Pop maestro delivered a great performance that kept his fans on their feet for hours.
The event which was organised to entertain students of the all-girls Senior High School was well-patronized with hundreds of the music lovers filling the school’s assembly hall.
Earlier in an interview with Papa Atitude, the budding star told the host of the Rite Chart Show on Saturday that he looks forward to, in the near future, collaborate with some of the most celebrated local artistes.
The ‘African Prince’ hit maker who is already making strides in spite of his young age, looks up to Nigerian Afrofusion singer and songwriter, Burna Boy as a role model as he looks forward towards collaborating with household names in the music industry including M.anifest, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Adina, Kuame Eugene and Kwesi Arthur.
Herman Suede is one of the youngest musicians in Ghana who has enhanced his music abilities to meet the demands of the competitive music market, with some wonderful tracks to boast of.
Some of his songs include: ‘Be Mine,’ ‘Wavii,’‘Questions,’ African Prince, etc’
He looks forward to breaking boundaries with his music as he prepares to release more quality songs and videos.