Afro roots artist Rocky Dawuni rocks for landscape restoration at GLF Nairobi

Ghanaian-born musician and humanitarian activist Rocky Dawuni will perform for the world’s top environmental dignitaries and policymakers at the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) in Nairobi.

Dawuni, currently based in Los Angeles and Ghana, was nominated for a 2015 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, “Branches of the Same Tree,” which features original tunes, including Afro dancehall mashup “African Thriller,” released with a striking video.

The singer has long been a supporter of human rights initiatives aimed at alleviating poverty and other social inequalities, speaking out on environmental concerns, health issues, rights for women, clean water and international peace efforts.

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