In this article, we are giving you a notice about the top three singers in Central Region of Ghana. Here is the rank;
1. Martin King Arthur popularly known as Kofi Kinaata is a Ghanaian musician and songwriter from Takoradi. He is noted for his fante rap and freestyle and therefore known as the Fante Rap God. Apart from his rap prowess, he has grown into a very good singer taking the highlife genre by storm.
2. Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, better known as Kwesi Arthur or Son of Jacob, is a rapper and musician from Tema, Ghana. He was nominated for Best International Act at the 2018 BET Awards. He is currently considered one of the best young artists in Ghana, and Africa. His favorite word he use to say is Didadee. He is also a “Fante”.
3. Quamina MP is a highlife singer from Mankesim in the Central Region of Ghana. He has be in so many hit songs like, “Amanfour Girls”, “Weather” and many more. This “Fante” guy is very good and talented.
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