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Nana Ampadu, the legendary Highlife Artist and all time leading music albums in Ghana passes on

The mighty tree in the realm of Highlife music in Ghana whose music had served as a source of inspiration to Ghanaians, the indefatigable Nana Ampadu is dead earlier today.

Nana Kwame Ampadu who hails from Adiemmra in the Afram Plains of the Eastern Region was rushed to a hospital at Achimota and later for medical attention but things couldnt materialised.

He was later rushed to the University of Ghana Medical Centre where he received a medical attention but unfortunately, he couldn't survive out of the sweats and effort put up by the medical team to keep this man alive but to no avail.

Nana Ampadu was arguably the best of all time Highlife musician in the country and also boast of the highest number of music albums, a total of 66 more than any musician in the country with numerous quality songs that touches soul and entertains.

Agartha happens to be one of his greatest hit songs as he also featured a Nigerian sensational musician in one of his songs that is frequently played in every special event during funeral celebrations etc

Nana Ampadu took his time and gave out a very touching and lovely song that describes the nature of the drivers work, an experience that keeps every lorry driver enticing and motivated in front of the steer, the difficulties they encounter

The great Nana Kwame Ampadu was counted among the best in the highlife music fraternity with other legends like J.A. Adofo, Dr Paa Bobo, Alex Konadu, AB Crentsil the living legend, George Darko and many others.

Nana Ampadu started his music career more than three decades ago and today Ghanaians still celebrates him as an instrumental musician.

He masterminded the formation of the African Brothers music band in 1963 and had since then recorded about 800 songs to his name.

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