Alfred Benjamin Crentsil, often known as A.B. Crentsil, was a legendary figure in Ghanaian highlife music. He died at the age of 79.
On July 13, 2022, the musician famed for songs like Devil, Atia, Juliana, I Go Pay You Tomorrow, Papa Shamo, and Ayen, among other songs, passed away at The Bank Hospital in Accra.
One of the "big three" contemporary Ghanaian artists from the West was A.B.Crentsil, born in Prestea in the Western Region in 1943.
A family member informed me that she was unable to confirm or deny the rumors of A.B. Crentsil's passing when I went to his home in Tema Community 9 on Wednesday, July 13, 2022 at 1 pm.
According to her, they also woke up to the news adding that a family delegation have been sent to the Bank Hospital in Cantonments, Accra where A.B.Crentsil has been on admission for about a month.
She said the news can only be confirmed after the delegation have returned from the hospital.
A family delegation has been sent to the Bank Hospital in Cantonments, Accra, where A.B. Crentsil has been admitted for roughly a month, she claims, and they also woke up to the news.
She claimed that the information could not be verified until the delegation had left the hospital and returned.
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