Beersheba, Israel – Musa Zadika Beyom, an international music star, humanitarian, and Rabisheikh, is excited to announce the release of his new single, “The Call of Musa,” and his upcoming album, “The Psalm of Ibn Daud.” Born Ashanti Wiggins in Brooklyn, New York, and the son of one of the members of The Drifters, a classic soul group from the 1950s, he is no stranger to the music industry. Throughout his career, Ashanti has worked with well-known music artists such as Grammy-winning artist Nappy Roots, Dove Award-winning artist Barry D, and Ruff Ryder producer Teflon. Ashanti has also worked with Natalie Grant, Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin, Funkmaster Flex, and many others.
Though Ashanti is from New York, he later moved to Israel to reconnect with his Bedouin roots. Ashanti’s family has been in the United States for four generations, and Ashanti is the first of his family to return to Israel. He is the descendent of King Jaja of Opobo, the patriarch of a noble family of the Terabin tribe who fled Israel during the war with the Roman Empires. Ashanti quickly gained popularity and fame upon returning to Israel to make music, and he is beloved by both the Israeli and the Bedouin. He is particularly excited to share his new releases with those who love his music most, and he views making music as a way to uplift his community.
“The Bedouin live a simple life in Israel, and I choose to enjoy that life with them. I have found these values slowly being lost to modern society, so I came back to Israel to reconnect with that ancient tradition,” says Ashanti. “This is my gift back to the people who accepted me back and to all future generations. All profits from this album will go toward rebuilding my community and preserving the ancient traditions and customs of the holy land.”
Ashanti believes deeply in making a better world, which is why he has already donated over $100,000 to his community. Not only that, Ashanti has no plans to stop donating and hopes that the success of his new album and record will go a long way toward his goal of investing in his community and its traditions. According to Ashanti, “just because we live in modern times doesn’t mean the ancient traditions should be lost. The elders and leaders of my community agree. They all say, ‘Musa Zadika Beyom,’ which means, “he did righteous deeds in his day.” That is how Ashanti got the name for his album, and that is exactly what he intends to do through making music.
About Musa Zadika Beyom
Ashanti Wiggins, also known as Musa Zadika Beyom, makes music to invest in his community and preserve Bedouin traditions. Ashanti currently resides in Israel, where he has many fans among the Israeli and Bedouin people. Following the wisdom of his community’s elders and leaders, Ashanti will continue to do righteous deeds, uphold ancient traditions, and rebuild his community.
Company Name: South tune records
Contact Person: Ashanti Wiggins, Zaker Alabid
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Address:Hadasah st 51 P.O. Box 6645
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