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Meet the adorable photos of one of the legends of Ghanaian highlife music ET Mensah

Emmanuel Tettey Mensah, best known as E. T. Mensah, was a Ghanaian musician who was regarded as the "King of Highlife" music. He led The Tempos, a band that toured widely in West Africa. 

With the passing of trumpet player, saxophonist, and vocalist Emmanuel Tettey "E.T." Mensah on July 19, 1996, at the age of 78, Ghana lost one of its most influential musicians. Respectfully known as "the father of modern highlife," Mensah played a vital role in the evolution of Ghana's music. In the early '90s, Mensah recalled his revamping of highlife, explaining, "We urgently wanted an indigenous rhythm to replace the fading foreign music of waltz, rhumba, etc. We evolved a music type relying on basic African rhythms, a crisscross African cultural sound."

There are some new adorable photos of E.T Mensah trending on social media. These mew photos are very nice with a descent African wear.

Many fans of E.T Mensah react positive about this post. According to E.T Mensah, he is although old enough but he is still trying his best to make his fans happy. The secret behind the post was to entertain his fans.

Lets checkout the following pictures;

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Emmanuel Tettey Emmanuel Tettey Mensah Ghana The Tempos West Africa.


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