Deborah Vanessa, a sister of the controversial but talented musician-WanLov Da Kubolor recently jumped unto the music scene and swept attention with her notorious single-‘UNCLE OBAMA’.
Until Deborah Vanessa’s single, she was known in Ghanaian Showbiz as a Model and TV Presenter.
Sister Deborah is set to release a video for hit single ‘Uncle Obama’ featuring FOKN Bois and produced by Silvastone Beats.
The video which is tipped to take the ‘Uncle Obama’ banana controversy to a different level is produced by Deborah Vanessa herself and directed by filmmaker King Luu (Director of ‘Coz Ov Moni’).
The Uncle Obama video release Party will come kick-off at the Silverbird Lounge in the Accra Mall from 6pm on Friday 28th September 2012…
The video release party will offer fans and guests opportunity to chit-chat with Sister Deborah and meet new friends. It is free for all so you got no reason to miss it.
Join the tall list of celebrities who are expected to be part of the ‘Uncle Obama’ release party to have fun and enjoy the visuals for Sister Deborah’s song…
‘Uncle Obama’ has been played on Citi FM by Jessica, Choice FM by Breadknife, XFM by Kay Ara & Gasmilla, Joy FM by DJ Black and Rainbow Radio (UK) by DJ PM and several top radio stations.
Paul Noble of Monocle FM (UK) says “It’s such a hilarious tune” and Chris Coco of Melodica (UK) says “I need that banana tune for my radio show!”
If you got a spare banana, bring it alone for ‘Uncle Obama’.
Listen to ‘Uncle Obama’ below
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