Within the space of a week, the nation has lost two great pillars and legendary figures in the entertainment circle. First, it was Nana Ampadu, a well revered and respected person in the industry. He is the name behind popular songs like Obra, Ɔman Bo Adwo and Agatha.
Today, John Mahama took to his Facebook page to react to the death of Nana Kwame Ampadu. John Mahama disclosed that amongst all his songs, his favorite is "Oman Bo Adwo". The music was one of the finest highlife songs in the previous years.
Today happens to be a sad day, a black Tuesday for Ghanaians and especially in the Ghanaian music industry with the passing away of one of the greatest musicians the country has ever produced. The legendary Nana Ampadu was confirmed dead in the early hours of today following a short illness at age 76.
Below are the top 15 Ghanaian highlife legends of all time.The arrangements is not done in any particular order please. •Nana Kwame Ampadu Nana Ampadu was born at Adiemmra on theAfram Plains in the Eastern Region of Ghana on 31 March 1945. Nana Ampadu have been one of the greatest highlife legends in Ghana industry.Ampadu came to the limelight in 1967 when he released his song Ebi Te Yie("Some Are Well Seated").He have composed over 800 songs and has been credited with popular highlife tracks. In 1973 Ampadu
Previous President John Dramani Mahama has praised late highlit legend Nana Kwame Ampadu, saying: "He will be sincerely missed". "My top pick of his assortments is Oman Bo Adwo", the 2020 banner carrier of the primary resistance Public Democratic Congress (NDC) posted on Facebook.
Infact Ghana has lost another precious soul. On today's update, the Ghanaian highlife legend Nana Ampadu has died. The ‘Ɔman Bo Adwo’ hitmaker passed on today , 28th September ,2021 exactly at 6.00am at the Legon Hospital in Accra. Nana Kwame Ampadu was born at Adiemmra on the Afram Plains in the Eastern Region of Ghana on 31 March 1945.
Incredible Ghanaian highlife performer Aberekyireba Kofi Sammy has said his Igbo refrain on Nana Kwame Ampadu's hit melody "Oman Bo Adwo" was simply jabber and that the stanza has no significance.