If you’ve ever admired Black Stars Striker, Asamaoh Gyan’s ability to move graciously to the sound of music, then you should give credit to Joseph Langabel.
The chief drummer for the Ghana Black Stars has travelled almost everywhere with the team and has ensured that the players are entertained.
In the latest episode of EWithBecks on Joy Prime, the comic personality reveals that he gave Asamaoh Gyan some dance lessons while they were in camp.
He pointed to the predominant dance move in Castro’s ‘African Girls’ music video which featured Asamaoh Gyan as one of the dance moves he engineered.
Joseph Langabel who is a regular guest on Joy FM’s Weekend City Show, praised the Black Stars player for acknowledging him in another song titled ‘Do the Dance’ which was composed by Castro and Asamaoh Gyan.
In the full interview below, Joseph Langabel opens up on his career as a drummer and a painter as well his thoughts on Ghana’s music and movie industries.
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