Derrick Nartey is walking through time. Facing the bustling intersection of his career and studies, he points towards the future location of the music industry . Derrick is a young upcoming talented boy from somanya in the Eastern Section of Ghana located in West Africa .As a young boy he lived for the better part of a decade, and where he once booked his own basement shows, featuring the likes of Radio stations . He is also known locally as kwesi champagne 🥂.As a boy of the streets heard music playing from cars and pubs nearby almost everyday.This made his taste for music grow stronger than ever
This unique influence of the environment environment paid off after years by introducing with bouyant melodies and raw field recordings, forming his own enveloping mix of avant-pop and music concrète. The effect can be delightfully bewildering, fractured and nonlinear, an ever-emerging sound of process.
his debut ft black Spartan and two singles that is adjowa and slow down as his latest release and many more other you've got to see yourselves
He has a lot more coming up in the future that you guys need to experience for your own selves.As the saying goes "no one knows what the future may hold" The words that I'll use may have no impact on you since you need to experience it for your own selves and also be an eyewitness of it I hope we all stay alive to witness.
You can also search for his songs provided in a link with the picture above.
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