In this article, my team and I will showcase you some of the legendary musicians in Ghana who lived up to expectation and are no more a living thing but dead now. Most of these celebrities lived to grace us with their voice and composure of the music they usually made during their time on earth.
The achievements of Ghana after independence cannot be written without players in the music industry. For the past sixty decades, Ghana’s music industry has undergone a lot of phases. This is as a result of the contributions of many musicians who have gone through challenges to expose Ghana to the world through their creativity. Below are some musicians who have contributed their quota to the growth of the Ghana Music industry from 1957 to 2020 King Bruce With songs like Queen Elizabeth, which became very
Emmanuel Tettey Mensah, best known as E. T. Mensah, was a Ghanaian musician who was regarded as the "King of Highlife" music. He led The Tempos, a band that toured widely in West Africa. With the passing of trumpet player, saxophonist, and vocalist Emmanuel Tettey "E.T." Mensah on July 19, 1996, at the age of 78, Ghana lost one of its most influential musicians. Respectfully known as "the father of modern highlife," Mensah played a vital role in the evolution of Ghana's music. In the early '90s, Mensah recalled