Kwame Nsiah-Apau, often known as Okyeame Kwame, is a Ghanaian musician. On April 17th, 1976, I was born. His stage name is Rap Doctor. Okyeame is a musician, composer, creative director, and entrepreneur from Ghana.
Okyeame Kwame raps and sings primarily in the Twi dialect of Ghana's Akan language. However, due to his versatility, he also performs songs in English. In his native Akan, Okyeame means "linguist (of the royal court)," which he selected to emphasize his poetic fluency.
Kwame owns One Mic Entertainment, as well as Firm Bridges Communications, which he co-founded with his wife, and is a partner in Horseman Shoes, a shoe manufacturing company. He's also a partner in Sante's Hair for Kids, a business that makes local hair products for children, and his daughter serves as the Brand Ambassador. His rap songs (which include didactic themes, social conscience, and poetry) are being researched at several Ghanaian colleges for education and scholarship promotion. He recently released a song called Yeeko with Ghanaian highlife musician Kuami Eugene.
Kwame has been married since 2009 to Annica Nsiah-Apau and they have three children together.
Okyeame is cherished and loved by Ghanaians due to his amazing personality. He holds his family in high esteem and some of the pictures are shown in here.
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