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From Odo Handkerchief, I Do, Menkoaa And Others; The Timeless Tunes of Highlife Legend Nana Fynn.

Born into a music family, Nana Fynn is the son of Kweku Acquah Harrison, a multi instrumentalist and first black person to be admitted into the Royal Marines School of Music in the United Kingdom and Mrs Gloria Acquah Harrison, an educationist and chorister for decades at the Tema Community 8 Bethel Church.

The veteran highlife legend born Nana Fynn Acquah Harrison had his primary education at Marines School Tema Community 8. He then proceeded to Winneba Secondary School for his Ordinary Level Certificate and Adisadel College for his Advance Level Certificate.

Aside music, he has knowledge in software development, Computer Systems Analysis and Graphics.

Nana Fynn made his debut in 2000 with the album "Ankwansema" and has gone on to release several hits.

This include Odo Handkerchief, Menkoaa, I Do, Romeo, Twe wo ho, Wo pe me anaa, Mewo Odo, Isn't she nice, Santrofie and many other timeless tunes. In 2014, he released "Forever" with BET Award winning rapper Sarkodie.

One unique thing that stands out with Nana Fynn is his sense of fashion which is synonymous to the Egyptian style. He revealed he depicts his Pharaoh style of fashion for afrocentric reasons thereby standing out and making a statement about black race.

Kudos to him on his contribution to music in Ghana.

What is your favourite Nana Fynn song?

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Highlife Kweku Acquah Menkoaa Nana Fynn Tema


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