Who Is Iwan Suhyini ?
To many, he’s Iwan aka the Lyrical Gunshot. However with the release of his latest album he became Iwan Suhyini. The talented musician adopted his native name as a stage name to foster a deeper bond with his ethnicity. Yea, your favorite reggae/dancehall artiste now goes by the name Iwan Suhyini.
The change of name coincided with the release of his 9th studio album titled, “The Return”. Released on on his birthday 12th September 2020, “The Return” presents in whole Iwan Suhyini’s prowess as a reggae-dancehall artiste. Whilst the title of the album may suggest a return from an abyss, the content speak otherwise. 27 well curated reggae and dancehall songs featuring a horde of talents. Drawing features from across Ghana, Africa, and the world, “The Return” is probably his most tedious piece of work.
Considering his relevance and consistency, Iwan Suhyini scheduled a 10th Anniversary concert for 30th December, 2020. However, in adherence to the presidential directive on outdoor events and beaches, he cancelled.
What is Iwan Suhyini Up to?
In a recent post circulated on Facebook and Whatsapp, the “Dreamer of Dreams” hit maker has put out new dates and venue. The 10th anniversary concert is now scheduled for 27th January 2021 at Ship Hauzz (Formerly known as Shatta Beach).
The event is set to be one of the biggest nights for reggae and dancehall in Ghana. A wide array of musicians would be sharing the stage with Iwan Suyhini. Ras Kuuku, Epixode,Rudebwoy Ranking, Larruso,Luther,D Sherif,,Blakk Mexxiah,Konkarah, Bas Teror, Jefri King, Osagyefo, Awal, King Vuvu, Ganyo Drea, Jah Nor Jahwi, Singing Soulja,G Marliee,Mula Palmer, Guchi Wale,Young Bob,Sonia Martison,Buda Man,Cross Sariki,Burning Faya,Boblican,Abban,Singjay,X Banksan, Wan Row, Vimm Bwoy, Togbe Ghana and several other artistes would be there to thrill fans and music lovers. Call it a night for Ghana Reggae & Dancehall.
In 2010, Ghana music witnessed the emergence of a major force. One that set the dancehall scene agog. Abdul Razak Issahaku, known then as Iwan had reinvigorated the scene with a lot of positive energy. Upholding the tenets of Reggae and Dancehall music, he dropped hit after hit to the thrill of all. From Thanks and Praise to “We Bad”, Iwan satisfied a populations crave for something fun, authentic and real.