Just as our elders says, the tongue never gets rotten in the grave. This proverb simply means that, whatever you say been it music or words. The spiritual content of it keeps living. Ebony Reigns spirit interestingly came alive on TV3 GMB last night. It was an interesting scene when the spirit of the late Ebony reigns was represented by Bono Regional GMB rep Mfodwo.
Albert Apoozore popularly known as King Ayisoba is a popular Ghanaian musician with various unique traditional songs. In one of his popular songs which talks about the will of God will surely happen no matter what you do. This song is making waves on the internet as National Service Personnel who are yet to be posted have selected this song as way to motivate them accept wherever they are posted.
Do You Remember King Ayisoba? Take A Look At These Recent Pictures Of Him Showing His Transformation
Do You Remember King Ayisoba?Take A Look At These Recent Pictures Of Him Showing His Transformation Kai Kai Kai Kai.The world is so full of life and amazing places and people.
Ghana has a lot of very great people and this man is one of them. He is a very great musician whom I think many of us have forgotten of. His real name is Albert Apoozore but he likes to be called by his stage name, King Ayisoba. He is very noted for his unique style of music alongside the Kologo. King Ayisoba is a native of Bongo Soe in the Upper East region of Ghana. His mentor was the late Terry Bonchaka with whom he used to play alongside. He started his career and 2005 and has won awards like the Song of
Albert Apooere, also known as King Ayisoba is a traditional music artistes who is known of his unique style of music alongside the Kologo. The I want to see you my father hitmaker says he left all the whites he was in relationship because of their behavior. In an interview with Ghanaian Actress Nana Ama Mcbrown on Mcbrown's Kitchen showcased every Sunday at 4pm on UTV, he said he was having four wives but due to some reasons two are no more leaving two. He furthered that he has been in a relationship with a
Showbiz 360: King Ayisoba storms TV3 studios, drills audience and leaves Ghanaians with this message
Last night, Geovani Caleb of TV3 hosted King Ayisoba on his weekend entertainment show Showbiz 360. The Frafra traditional singer who hadn't released a song for close to ten years used the occasion to give a free star show of his next track. The new song to be released soon will come with the title, 'teach your children'.
It is not difficult to tell tribes of these Northern Musicians. It is obvious from their names. These incredible Northern traditional musicians have worked so hard to portrait the unique culture of Mother Ghana through local melodies. Here are the most prominent ones among the Northern local musicians.
Despite the popularity, Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder wields so much proverb, some people still think what is ugly is ugly, no matter the situation.Humans were not created equal but this is article is not a try to humiliate the name that make up the list but to bring out their achievement despite being tagged ugly by majority of Ghanaians.
When I say Ghana is exceptional in all ways you all know it is true. We have the most delicious and amazing foods, the best music and most importantly the best musicians. For a very long time we have been producing very great people who are making big waves in the music industry both here and out there in the rest of the world.
Apparently, most of our celebrities have been boasting with their belongings and properties and everyone wants people especially their colleagues in the industry to know how rich and prosperous they are. Well, it is not bad though. Traditional musical Artiste who is known of his unique style of music alongside the Kologo, Alberta Apoore known professionally as King Ayisoba says the price of one smock (Frugu or Batakari) he wears can buy about 10 clothes or attire for some celebrities. Replying to a comment from
Traditional Singer Albert Abozoore popularly known as King Ayisoba met his “Sister" 2020 Ghana Most Beautiful Contestant from the Upper East Region Talata for a chat on TV3 on 18th September, 2020. King Ayosoba who is from the Upper East Region gives his one hundred support for Talata as she qualifies for the Grand Finale of the 2020 Ghana Most Beautiful Contest. Among those who also qualified for the finals include Kafui, Abena, Zuzu, Naa. The GMB finals will be held on 20th September, 2020. The Ghana Most
King Ayisoba born in bongo 1974 a sub-district in the upper east region, Ghana, approximately 30 minutes drive from Bolgatanga the capital town, within bongo is a village called soe where he grew up, being the family Shepherd and lover of music, he always has his local music instrument with him, called kologo, whenever he takes the cattle out to graze, when is night and the shepherding responsibility is over, he takes advantage of the free time to showcase his talent, he sometimes performs at the beer bars, maker squares and most of the time funeral grounds, when he became of age and have to fund for himself, he decided to seek opportunities in the big cities with his kologo music, one thing led to the other and he came across The late Terry Bonchaka(hiplife), which a collaboration happened between them,in the verge of coming to the limelight with Terry Bonchaka, Terry Bonchaka met his untimely death, this was a big blow to king Ayisoba.
Renowned Ghanaian radio personality who is the Host of ‘Highlife Time’ on Accra 100.5FM, widely known as Oyokodehye, has thrilled fans with back to back great hilife tunes at the BMT Bar in Tema, last Saturday. The event which was dubbed Oyokodehye Kofi's Highlife Treat, was graced with great Hilife legends such as Pozo hayes, King Ayisoba, Gye Nyame Kpanlogo Group and host of others.
Ghanaian International artiste popularly known as King Ayisoba has revealed the secret behind the instrument he plays and always carries along with him wherever he goes.He revealed that in an interview with Kwame Oboadie on Adom TV's talk show dubbed 'After Hours with Kwame Oboadie.'
Ghanaian customary performer, Albert Apoozore, notable as King Ayisoba, has uncovered that he began smoking maurijuana at an exceptionally young age. He told ZionFelix in a meeting on the Whole Show that he started smoking cannabis also called small at the age of six (6). The I Want To See My Father writer asserted he has a preference for weed and he has not experienced any issue since he began utilizing it. He accepts his blood is viable with small and it has been a steady substance that he employments.
Ghanaian and Northern music legend King Ayisoba has given out his preferences inorder for his stage performances to be top notch According to the veteran singer on Blakk Rasta's Taxi Driver show, he gives quality performances all the time when he is on stage but gets extremely hyped with lots of energy when he is offered weed(marijuana) before his performance He says this makes him extremely strong to perform exceptionally well on stage and even do the untimed and unthinkable as well. He also added that the
Today we are focusing on legends who has made it through out couple of years and took the music industry in Ghana to higher level which made mother Ghana gained more recognition in the world. He has gained many recognition and one of Ghana's finest legends for years. The music industry just can't do it without him Conceived in north-eastern Ghana, King Ayisoba began learning the two-string lute, the kologo, as a little youngster from his customary healer granddad. As a youngster, he moved to Accra where he scored
Ghanaian musician, King Ayisoba has revealed that he started smoking weed at the age of 6 and cannot stop it. According to him, he does not drink alcohol and does not also use tramadol or cocaine but only smokes weed because it is good for him. King Ayisoba has indicated that weed is not a bad thing to use but advised that one must only continue using it if it is good for that person. He made these known in an exclusive interview with Zionfelix. Speaking about his music career, King Ayisoba disclosed that he
The veteran Musician from the Northern part of Ghana, King Ayisoba yesterday 3rd September, 2020 storms the resident of Former President Jerry John Rawlings with his unforgettable tunes. He played his popular song titled, "I want to see you my father". This song was very sensational and educative during the early days of his career. Most Ghanaian can remember this music because the popular musician used this music to advise fathers who neglect their family and go after little girls. King Ayisoba was accompanied
I began smoking at age 6, wee is my food and everything – King Ayisoba Ghanaian traditional musician, Albert Apoozore, notable as King Ayisoba, has uncovered that he began smoking marijuana at an extremely tender age. He told ZionFelix in a meeting on the 'Uncut' Show that he started smoking marijuana also called 'wee' at the age of six (6). The 'I Want To See My Father' writer affirmed he has a preference for weed and he has not experienced any issue since he began utilizing it. He accepts his blood