Nana Acheapong is one of legends in the music industry, he made hits upon hits in Ghana, some of his songs were used as tool for advice. Nana Acheapong is still active in the music industry regardless of his age, he is still featuring some artist in Ghana.
Some years ago, he and Daddy Lumba another legend in the industry form a group called Lumba Brothers, by then most of as were children or young. The group also brought hit songs, such as Ye Ye Aka Akwantuom which was one of their hit songs as a group. Some years after forming this group they separated, there were massive reaction from Ghanaians and people all over the world.
Nana Acheapong gave simple explanations about how the group was separated during an interview on Pure Fm on Hammer time program. According to him, they did not fight over anything as many people said, but it was because they were living far from each other, so it made their meetings in the studio difficult, that is why they decided to separate so that they can work without stress. He also added that Ghanaians and their fans were also benefited from them after their separation because they were able to feed Ghanaians with more music.
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