Celebrated Ghanaian music producer, Joseph Appiah, known in showbiz as Quick Action, is now a performing artiste and has changed his showbiz name to Joseph Keyz.
Joseph Keyz, who is the Chief Executive Officer of S24 Recording Studio in Accra, thrilled music fans during the official launch of highlife musical concert dubbed “Pat Thomas Highlife Night” at the Alisa Hotel in Accra.
The event, which was organised by HalfEye Multimedia, featured live musical performances by Joseph Keyz, whose performance captured the attention of the audience’s music aficionados.
Fans were enthralled by his stage performance, which showcased some of Pat Thomas’s danceable popular songs. He used the keytar, an unusual musical instrument with both rich synthetic and acoustic tones, throughout his performance.
Joseph Keyz took advantage of the chance to discuss the difficulties children with dyslexia face in various schools throughout Ghana.
Performing musical instruments, playing football, painting, and listening to audiobooks, in his opinion, are some of the finest ways to deal with dyslexia.
According to the artiste, he will launch a global campaign to raise awareness of dyslexia.
The sound engineer has worked with seasoned icons such as Ohemaa Mercy, Cindy Thompson, Mary Ghansah, Jane and Bernice, VIP, Buk Bak, Obrafuor, OforiAmponsah, OkomfoKwadee, Blackk Rasta, Afro Moses and a host of others.
He is the brain behind the production of an audio version of the 1992 Constitution, which is currently going through editing.
He said he decided to produce the audio version of the 1992 Constitution in some selected local languages for those who cannot read and write.
By George Clifford Owusu