Barely a month to the official launch date of the music album “La Tome” and Peace Campaign, music lovers in the Upper Eat Region and beyond are soaked in exuberance.
Fans of Don Max and well-wishers have started clamouring his name with his slogan “Tilakou” interpreted to mean “it will break”. Musicians set to perform on that day have also started campaigning seriously to their fans to come support them. Sources close to the camp of Don Max disclosed that, branded T-Shirts, and souvenirs are already in short supply. Meanwhile, other individuals have made deposits and waiting to grab their copy of the T-shirt.
It is his first ever album after releasing several hit singles that are enjoying massive patronage especially within northern Ghana and beyond. The launch will take place on October 22, 2016 at the Bolgatanga Jubilee Park. All prospects are clear that it is going to be a night to remember in the music history of the region.

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