A couple of years ago, percussionist, singer and dancer Le Maxque, would have said the thing he loved doing best was whipping out dynamic traditional rhythms from across the country with his band.
These days, however, what is uppermost in his mind is to continue raising funds in support of the breast and cervical cancer campaign in this country. Being a musician, he knows the best way to do that his through his art.
Thats why he is heading back to the United Kingdom (UK) with his band again this year for six shows between October 25 and November 29.
He is confident of raising cash through the performances to support his cause as the ambassador for the breast and cervical cancer campaign in this country.
Le Maxque and his band were in the UK last year. One of the gigs they played was at an event organised by the Ghana Society in Luton to mark Ghanas independence anniversary.
The whole trip went fairly well last year but we dont have to slacken on what we were able to achieve. We still have targets to meet in terms of helping our women with breast and cervical cancer problems.
We would not rest till we know we have done all we can to help our women, says Le Maxque who shot two music videos in 2012 to sensitise more people on breast and cervical cancer and solicit funds for the cause.