The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Global Media Alliance Group (GMA), Mr. Ernest Boateng has signed the book of condolence for the late Isaac De-Graft Danquah known in showbiz circles as DJ Advicer.
The Supreme Selector DJ Advicer died on Thursday March 4, 2021, after a short illness.
In the book of condolence, Mr. Ernest Boateng wrote: ‘’A great tree has indeed fallen. Advicer, your departure will leave a big hole in my heart, that of your colleagues within the group and beyond. Please Rest in Peace within the bosom of the Lord. The entire team will miss you’’
Industry players, friends, sympathisers can visit the premises of Happy 98.9 FM to sign the book of condolence opened in honour of the late DJ Advicer. Due to the COVID-19 protocols GMA informs all visitors to come in with their facemasks.
DJ Advicer, until his demise was the host of ‘Ayekoo After Drive’ show on Happy 98.9 FM. He is known to his peers as passionate, down to earth and full of life.
Made out of the best quality of stock, ‘the Supreme Selector’ made it his sole mission to turn to where most industry persons hardly looked, the career of upcoming artistes, and this earned him a high level of regard in the Ghanaian music industry.
He left a legacy in the world of DJing by winning the Best Music Promoter on four occasions at the Ghana DJ Awards and will forever remain in the hearts of industry players.
Well known for his tag line, “Don’t push me, I’ll go myself”, the late DJ who was proud of his High School, made sure his listeners always remembered he was a member of the 97 graduating class of Adisadel College