It was just fun and interesting when an old lady was caught on camera singing Jackie's 'My Mind Dey For You'. The old lady who is in her mid 80s was happy singing and dancing along the song with a young man believed to be her grandson and groom of the wedding under which she was seen singing and dancing to the tune.
Many believe Charles Kwadwo Fosu, better known as Daddy Lumba, to be one of the best, if not the best, Ghanaian musicians alive today. Nsuta Amangoase, in the Sekyere Central District near Mampong in the Ashanti region, was where he was born on September 29, 1964.
For some days now Kuami Eugene was a bit low on releasing bankers. This was after he has been featured back-to-back by other artists. Kuami Eugene has proven to be very talented in vocals and creating impressively creative choruses. His verse on Ckay’s track- “Love Nwantintin” is just too beautiful and it is the second most listened to track on YouTube.
Africa is one of the best places in the world where music originated. A lot of musicians have emerged from Africa in the past century who have conquered major continents in the world. Ghana is a very attractive geographical area in Africa where great musicians have been nurtured.
Fans on all social media celebrate Highlife legendary for serving Ghanaians with good music. Daddy Lumba (born 29 September 1964) is a Ghanaian musician. Lumba was born Charles Kwadwo Fosu in a village called Nsuta Amangoase in the Sekyere Central District, near Mampong in the Ashanti Region.
Ghanaians are Known to Love Music and not just any music but music of message and content, some like melodious songs whilst others like songs of sorrow relating funerals and the second world, others also like the love classics and these are done best by some group of individuals.
The historical background of Ghana music awards has started way back in 1999 which organisers of the this award scheme like Musiga and Charter House always team up to analyse and celebrate the performance of the various artists at the end of the year. From the beginning, it was Ghana Music Awards before Vodafone Ghana became the official sponsor of the this highest awarding scheme which is now Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).
Captain Smart this morning on Onua TV’s ‘Maakye’ morning show sent a strong warning to some entertainment industry. According to Captain Smart, the African politics is one of the muddiest and dangerous grounds to play in. he noted that many with amazing talents have been destroyed just because they took a side in politics.
Narrating the mysterious death of his father who was a known and popular musician in Ghana in the 90s, Obibini Takyi Junior thinks the death of his father wasn't natural. Speaking to Christian Agyei Frimpong host of Anigye Mmere, Entertainment Show aired on Onua FM, Obibini Takyi Junior claims his father Obibini Takyi sent Charles Kwadwo Fosu popularly known as Daddy Lumba to court of a copy right matters.
A very popular music producer has been seen in a very worrying situation. The beat maker who produced music for a lot of artist in Ghana has now become a chronic alcoholic. He produced Bandana (Shatta Wale’s) Moko Ho Album, Reggie Zippy’s For sale and Virgin.
Appiah Dankwah, professionally known as Appietus, is a Ghanaian sound engineer, music producer, and entertainer who has spent years working with legendary highlife musician Daddy Lumba. Daddy Lumba is someone who is very serious about his music and works like a hustler when he reaches the studio, according to Doctar Cann, host of Happy98.9FM's Ayekoo After-Drive Show.
1. Reggie Rockstone. Reggie Rockstone is a popular Ghanaian hip-hop musician. He is regarded as the father of hip-hop in Ghana. He has sang a lot of songs and has featured a lot of artistes. Reggie Rockstone has also won a lot of awards. 2.
Daddy Lumba has been active in the music business for at least three decades in Ghana. As a musician and performer from Ghana, Daddy Lumba has amassed a number of records and awards that no other Ghanaian artist or musician has achieved. The purpose of the following article is to introduce Daddy Lumba's children in light of his remarkable career in the music industry and personal life.
The ever vocal and free spirited Captain Smart has struck again, like he always does. Bringing hard facts to bare, and spitting out words as it is. He recently joined Media General's Onua TV and Onua FM after he resigned from Dr. Kwaku Oteng's Angel Broadcasting Network last month.
Music from Kumasi is now reviving following the fast upsurge and development of new instrumental artiste entertaining Ghanaians with lovely music. Kumasi had produced a lot of music talents in the likes of Obour the former MUSIGA president, Daddy Lumba, K K Fosu, Sarkodie, Black Sherif, Diana Hamilton, Yaa Pono, Obaapa Christy, Amakye Dede, Tic Tac, Becca, Efya, Jupiter, Okyeame Kwame, Kabum, Flowking Stone etc
Sarkodie, also known as the 'Highest', has become a top-rated lyricist when it comes to music makers who are respected in Ghana. He is one microphone controller who has been on numerous collaborative tunes and done justice to them with his rap bars. However, the number of songs he has recorded with the old Ghanaian music legends are countable.
Africa is one of the high-quality places in the world the place music originated. A lot of musicians have emerged from Africa in the past century who have conquered main continents in the world. Ghana is a very desirable geographical region in Africa the place great musicians have been nurtured.
The list of the top wealthiest musicians in Ghana changes from year to year.New musicians emerge on a regular basis, and the artists become involved in a variety of ventures that help them raise their revenue and total net worth year after year. The top 5 musicians in Ghana follows.
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) formerly known as Ghana Music Award is a mark of recognition given in honour of artistes who have performed creditably well under the reviewed period. It is considered as the highest music award in the country, given to well deserve musicians in recognition of their contribution to the music industry.
Most at times legends don’t find it comfortable when they are being compared with others. This is simply because they think everyone is in his lane and doing unique things hence comparison is not necessary. Over the past years the works of Maestro Kojo Antwi has been compared with that of Daddy Lumba on many platforms but finally Kojo Antwi has declared his stands on such comparisons.