There is always a throwback or story to tell from the past. Life is a continuous struggle and achievement is part of it. Our celebrities in the past also had their share. When we currently talk about the music industry, greatest musicians, we cannot exclude include Kidi (Dennis Nana Dwamena), Kuame Eugene (Eugene Kwame Marfo) and King Promise (Gregory Bortey Newman). It is clear a we all know these individuals are super talented when it comes to entertaining people through music and it is because of their great works in the music industry that have resulted in recognition of Ghana amongst Africa countries and internationally.
As said earlier, before and when these individuals started singing and writing songs, they were not as we see them today. From the physique and financial status. Currently, Dennis Nana Dwamena, Eugene Kwame Marfo and Gregory Bortey Newman have changed a lot physically and improved financially. However, these drastic changes cannot be said about when they were young or at the beginning of their careers. Their old photos show their old self where they were very young, at high school, growing to become famous artists as we see today.
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