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Ghana is a peaceful country and everyday men, women and children are asked to keep on praying for the country so that it remains peaceful. Music is one thing that really keeps people in a country together. When a group of people love a particular song, the try as much as possible to sing it together mostly. Shouting and singing together can help to make a person relaxed since there will be joy and hapiness among the people singing and dancing.
In this our beloved country, there have been a lot of artists who have entered the world of music. Many of these people who were into highlife in the 90s and 80s have passed on. They left the industry in the hands of our current artists. The current ones are also doing their best to hold up and also try to release hit songs that will wow Ghanaians. Most of the artistes are loved and adored by most Ghanaians and their songs too have made hits in the country.
Some of these artists who are no more have really made a name for themselves just like the ones who are still alive. Those alive too keep on releasing some hits to thrill fans.
Below is the list of some of the artists that are missed by many Ghanaians
1 . Castro
2 . Patapaa
3 . Fancy Gadam
4 . Jupitar
5 . Dee Moneey
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