Hear Ye

Kwadjo enjoys engaging with the public and here you’ll find a few selected smooth stones (clips and links) of him doing just that….

Mother Love Never Leaves You is a story that changed my life. Publicly shared for the 3rd Annual Listen To Your Mother – Little Rock Show. It was an honor to be part of this special stirring of the pot.


Last Time Here,” was a song written and performed by the great David Raine. I had the sweet opportunity to sing back up in one of his bands back in the mid 1990’s.

This past summer I was asked to be the speaker for Youth Day at St. Andrew African Methodist Episcopal Church in Little Rock. The theme was ‘Youth Standing Up For Jesus.’ My talk was titled, “Love Yourself: Listen, Think, Glorify.” Enjoy!

(Photo by Randi Romo. Pictured from left to right are Stacey McAdoo, Crystal C. Mercer, Kwadjo Boaitey and Seth Pennington)

In October I was invited by Randi Romo, Manager at Kent Walker Artisan Cheese by day and Batgirl by night (and day too :)) to read a piece for their monthly ‘Kent Walker’s Words & Curds.’ It was a sweet full moon evening and my mom, Mama Akos, was in attendance. Ha. If you haven’t dropped by this jewel in Little Rock, -you must. My piece was called, “I really do think we can start again.” I’ve since changed the title to “Black Forest Cake.” Enjoy.

The month I arrived in Little Rock The Christian Science Sentinel Radio aired a broadcast I was invited to participate in titled, Christmas – Awaken The Power of God’s Love Within. Guests included Linda Kohler, Luke Hatfield, Kwadjo Boaitey, Bill Bruch and Barbara Vining. It’s beautiful and timeless. Enjoy!