Ghana has a lot of very great people and this man is one of them. He is a very great musician whom I think many of us have forgotten of. His real name is Albert Apoozore but he likes to be called by his stage name, King Ayisoba. He is very noted for his unique style of music alongside the Kologo. King Ayisoba is a native of Bongo Soe in the Upper East region of Ghana. His mentor was the late Terry Bonchaka with whom he used to play alongside.
He started his career and 2005 and has won awards like the Song of the year and Traditional Song Of The Year at the 2007 Ghana Music Awards.
He is famous for the "Kai! Kai! Kai! Kai! Kai! Kai!' sound he makes in his songs. One of his songs that many people cannot forget though goes by the name; I want to see you my father. It goes like this.
.... She tell me say she tell me say evening my father come, evening my father come I should tell my father, I should tell my father he should put 100, 000 thousand... tomorrow morning she go come and collect'....
That song of his sounds very interesting and at the same time has a bit of wisdom in it. He has been on many hours including ones to the USA and Australia. Here are recent pictures of the king himself.
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