Nana Osei Bonsu, popularly know within the showbiz circles as Nana Boroo, is a Ghana musician who burst into the limelight in 2009, after his song, "Ahay3 d3" became an instant hit making inroads to every part of Ghana. The ace singer went ahead to release several interesting songs including "Babiaa soso" and "Koto fa" which didn't only make him popular but saw him gain the admiration of Ghanaians as well. Nana Boroo disappeared from the limelight for a while after sometime, and made a comeback last year after rebranding himself as, Berose 3sixty. His fans might have missed him after his long hibernation. Well check out how Nana Boroo looks now.
Since rebranding, Berose 3sixty has released one song tittled confession which he featured Nigerian singer, Dammy Krane. Much was anticipated from the veteran singer afterwards, nonetheless he has struggled to stay relevant since he return. Considering the host of amazing music artistry in the industry from the likes of Kuami Eugene, Kwesi Arthur, Stonebowy, Kidi, Medikal and many others, Berose would struggle to get the attention he used to have.
However Ghanaians would not forget how his first hit song "Ahay3 d3" spiced our nightclubs, weddings, birthday parties.
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