Envoys of Hope is, without any doubt, poised to carry acappella music to a degree of achievement that’s never been observed in history of Ghana.
Envoys of Hope is a group of vocalists and creatives, which was formed in May, 2020 by Vincent O Junior (Bra Toy), Raymond Acheampong and Michael O Adonteng. The leash have been friends for over 15 years and had always dreamed of working together in a field where they’re commonly passionate about – music.
An opportunity to fulfill this dream presented itself when the world was hit with the Corona Virus pandemic in the latter part of 2019. The group was put together to work on a project that would rekindle the light of hope that was dying out in humanity amidst the global Covid-19 pandemic.
“I’m quite sensitive to the happenings around me , and I wrote [‘Message of Hope ’] because I really thought the world could use a bit of hope to carry us through this trying moment,” Bra Toy said.
“[Message of Hope] is all about the fact that humans as we are, we definitely need to always stay positive. Quite inevitable though, but, hope is a part of everyone’s life.” He added.
“Everyone hopes for something. Hope is just something we need to move on in life. When Toy showed me the beautiful piece, I knew I had to work a magic to complement what he had started. And if I may add, this is actually my directorial debut therefore I had to impress”, Raymond Acheampong.
“After recording [Message of Hope], we knew we had to finish it up with a video that would crown the entire project with success. We came up with the concept for the video to send a positive signal across that we are in this together fighting a common enemy, hence the inclusion of over 70 faces including multinationals and different professionals and students in the video” Michael Adonteng.
Asking if this ends here or the world should expect more from Envoys of Hope, the group’s director, Raymond, promised us more juice in a very short while.
The group released a video of their debut, [Message of Hope] on 1st October, 2020 on Facebook and YouTube.
Click on the links below to access the video.