Dadie Opanka shot the photos outside of Ghana, dressed in ash jeans that look great on him, blue wonderful shoes, and white verse underneath his jacket, and he didn't forget his cross hearing.
Dadie Opanka, a rapper, performer, poet, composer, and songwriter from Tema, Ghana, was born Armstrong Affum but is better known by his stage name Dadie Opanka. Fans and critics consider him to be Ghana's No. 1 Rhymer after a freestyle he did on Bradez' song "Simple" went viral, and he later followed up with his official single "Taste," which was also an instant hit and "talk of the town," and he remains the only Ghanaian with the Most Popular Freestyle Cover to this day.
He's worked with the majority of Ghana's top musicians, and one of his collaborations with Kwaw Kese, "Popping," received the Ghana Music Awards' "Best Hiphop Song of the Year" (2012). He's played on major stages across the country, such as the Ghana Music Awards, and has shared the stage with Super Stars such as T-Pain and Mavado. He's put out two mixtape albums (Definition of T.E.M.A. and Born Again) and is now working on his debut album, "AKWAABA" (Welcome).
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