David Dontoh – David Kwame Dontoh

0 Comments

Dontoh’s primary education was at various schools in Cape Coast, Winneba, and Abakrampa. He had his secondary education at Apam Senior High School. Along his career he studied Drama and Theatre at the School of

Stella Dugan – Stella Aba Seal

0 Comments

Stella was born to Mr. Theophilus Seal of British and Cameroonian parentage and Madam Violet Addo from Anum Boso in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

Appietus – Appiah Dankwah

0 Comments

Appietus is versatile in his work and has always preferred to give reverence to God on the success of his career. His versatility has been proven in his productions, from the various genres he produces

Okyeame Kwame – Kwame Nsiah-Apau

0 Comments

In 1997 he achieved notoriety as a member of the "Akyeame" hiplife duo, together with fellow Ghanaian Daniel Kofi Amoateng (under the stage name Okyeame Kofi). They recorded together the albums "Nyansapo" ("Witty Knot", 1997),

Ofori Amponsah – Samuel Ofori Amponsah

0 Comments

In 2016 Amponsah released several singles including "Fab3gye" with Paa Kwasi and Atom (produced by Appietus, and "TinTin" in collaboration with Samini On April 21, 2017 Amponsah released yet another love song, "Seventeen," featuring the vocals of Kwabena

Chairman General – Kwame Sefa Kayi

0 Comments

Kwami Sefa Kayi (born 20 June) also known as Chairman General is an award-winning Ghanaian media personality, broadcast journalist and public speaker. He is currently the host of Peace FM’s morning show popularly known as “Kokrokoo”. EDUCATION He

Rex Omar – Rex Owusu Marfo

0 Comments

Rex Omar (real name Rex Owusu Marfo) is a Ghanaian highlife artist. He first rose to prominence in 1989 with the Aware Pa album which also included the track, Wodofo Ne Hwan? Following this, in

Akosua Agyapong

0 Comments

Agyapong began singing at an early age and was discovered by highlife artiste Nana Ampadu in the 1990s. She is regarded as a highlife legend. In 1992 she formed the Highlife Supergroup NAKOREX together with fellow Highlife

Reggie Rockstone – Reginald Yaw Asante Ossei

0 Comments

He pioneered the Hiplife art form and has played an important role in the development of this uniquely African genre in Ghana's capital Accra. He raps in Akan Twi and English. In 2004, Rockstone won

Amakye Dede

0 Comments

Some of his popular songs include "Handkerchief", "Seniwa", "Brebrebe yi", "Mensuro", "Mabre", "Broken Promises", "Nsuo Amuna", "Sokoo na mmaa pe", "Kose kose", "Dabi dabi", "Mefre wo", "Okyena sesei", "Odo nfonii", "Nka akyi", "M'ani agyina", "To