The Ghanaian legend musician Daddy Lumba is celebrating his 56 birthday today which has posted on social media let's have a look at how is UTV Ghana wished him a Happy Birthday. Before we see the post of UTV Ghana, let's have a look at some short stories of Daddy Lumba you will love to read as well.
Accra on Saturday, September 24. Global Citizen Festival "22" was Welcomed to Star Square. A civic festival at a location that it said: "symbolizes the independence, freedom, and justice of Ghana" The Global Citizen Festival was mainly aimed to bring together world leaders, business leaders, and philanthropists to do more than ever to end extreme poverty and Empower girls and Women.
Charles Kwadwo Fosu popularly known as Daddy Lumba is a Ghanaian musician who has been phenomenal in the Ghanaian music industry and internationally. He has hit upon hit songs making him one of the greatest musicians in Ghana. Though he is not active now in the music compared to the 80s and 90s yet his songs are the best classic songs.
Ghana's music industry is bless with a lot of talents and personalities who who are helping in their own music career to project the good of Ghana to the outside world. Ghanaians are very proud when musicians like Daddy Lumba, Shatta Wale, Kofi Kinaata, Black Sherif, Amerado, Akwaboah, Becca, Eno Barony and among others are being mentioned in the international front.
"He Gave Me Ghc5,000 Instant The Very First Time I Went To Him" -Ofori Amposah Recounts Meeting Lumba
The Ghanaian renowned singer-songwriter, Samuel Ofori Amponsah popularly known as Ofori Amponsah, has recounted his encounter with his colleague popular nationwide musician, Daddy Lumba. He made this momentous revelation during an interview on Joy Prime where he revealed to Ghanaians how he actually encountered Daddy Lumba and his music career afterwards.
Music has come a long way from highlife to the introduction of hiplife, dance songs, Afro mix, Reggae and now Dancehall all over in the country.Highlife has been the preferred music genre for many years even up till today until the introduction of Hiplife and others.Different musicians prefer to use different style know as modern genre originating in the highlife music.But at a point in the country’s history, there is a single musician who stands out as the greatest and most sort-after.
Hello lovely readers, welcome back once again to my article page. In this article, I'm going to give you some list of Ghanaian personalities who stole our hearts and never came back. In the entertainment sector, the likes of Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Daddy Lumba, Rex Omar and some other top superstars have been commended for maintaining a certain level of consistency.
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Daddy Lumba born 29 September 1964 is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter and musician. Lumba was born Charles Kwadwo Fosu in a village called Nsuta Amangoase in the Sekyere Central District, near Mampong in the Ashanti Region. He is widely regarded as the greatest Ghanaian musician of all time.
Ghanaian Highlife Musician and pioneer, Daddy Lumba whose real name is Charles Kwadwo Fosu, has been the talk of town on social media after his childhood pictures circulated online. The musician is respected, adored and celebrated for his contribution to the Ghana Music industry. He is compared with the likes Kojo Antwi, Abrantie Amakye Dede, Obuoba J.A Adofo and the rest.
A member of "Fixthecountry Movement", Nana Shadys, has descended heavily on Shatta Wale and Sarkodie and has described their songs as bogus. He was reacting to allegations of withdrawal by some members of the movement after Oliver-Barker Vormawor was arrested through a Facebook live feed.
Some days ago, there were reports that Ofori Amponsah was disappointed with Daddy Lumba because he stole his song he already worked on. The reports showed that the singer had claimed that the 1999 album ‘Wo Ho Kyere’ was solely his work but was credited to Daddy Lumba.
Charles Kwadwo Fosu, better known in the entertainment world as Daddy Lumba, appears to have had problems with practically everyone he has worked with, including his protege Ofori Amponsah. It's safe to say that Daddy Lumba is one of Ghana's favorite musicians, but he's also been accused of being a cheat by other musicians and industry players throughout his career.
Ghanaian is one of the African countries best in music and entertainment. Highlife songs have dominated worldwide over the years. The guitar rhythms make it unique compare to other songs. Some of these highlife musicians who made highlife music very popular overseas include Agyeman Opambour, Nana Ampadu, Akwasi Ampofo Agyei(AAA), Amakye Dede, Adomka Nyamkye, Super Yaw Ofori, Daddy Lumba, Papa Yankson, Ambolley, Osibisaa Band, Agya Koo Nimo, Ab Crentsil and more.
KiDi, the reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year, has an unreleased song that he describes as a work of art, but it will not be released until legendary musician Daddy Lumba agrees to feature on it. I have a song that I've told my team will not be released until I have Daddy Lumba on it."
Ghanaian music maker Appiah Dankwah, also called Appietus has portrayed highlife legend Daddy Lumba as a 'quiet person' who likes to be separated from everyone else constantly. As indicated by him, the 'Aben Wo Ha' croner is an overall quite liberal individual as opposed to how some industry players have marked him as avaricious.
KiDi with his ability and difficult work has opened such countless beneficial things for himself however he is to open a component with Daddy Lumba. In spite of being the ruling VGMA Artiste of the Year, KiDi expresses something he is as yet anticipating achieve in the Ghanaian music industry is a component with High Life Legend, Daddy Lumba.
DeeBwoy, a Ghanaian highlife musician, has indicated he is poised to take the mantle from highlife legend Daddy Lumba. Appearing on Ayekoo on Accra Fm , he disclosed that Daddy Lumba is gradually aging and fading off hence he is ready to take over after the legendary musician.
Ghanaian highlife/Afro pop artiste, Kwame Eugene has made a prominent appearance on the latest edition of BBC news’ focus on Africa. The 2020 Ghanaian artiste of the year took to his Instagram page to share snippets of his interview with BBC news. Kwame expressed his excitement at such an opportunity to put Ghanaian music on the world map.
Ofori Amponsah, a legendary Highlife performer, has disclosed that on his first trip outside of Ghana, he magically flew first class without paying a dime. He claimed that Daddy Lumba, also known as his godfather Charles Kwadwo Fosu, was responsible for making everything possible.